The Kansas City Chiefs struck gold with the 165th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. They chose WR Tyreek Hill out of West Alabama. Hill had started his college career at Garden City Community College before landing at Oklahoma State. He was dismissed by the Cowboys after a domestic violence arrest. He wound up at West Alabama, where in 11 games, he never exceeded 100 yards rushing or receiving.

He was the first player from West Alabama to be drafted since 1974 when Ken Hutcherson was drafted 97th overall by the Dallas Cowboy. So how have those chosen before Hill done in the NFL?An absolute bust in a long line of failures by high Cleveland draft picks.

Coleman had 56 catches in two seasons before being winding up as a New York Giant. He has not played since 2018.Will Fuller has talent, but his injury record is the problem. The wideout from Notre Dame is hurt almost as much as he is healthy. He has yet to play in more than 13 games in any season with Houston. Overall, 209 catches for 3,110 yards.