Though the Chiefs have the making of an improved receiving core for 2012, the team hasn't failed to keep its eyes out on the class of receivers in this year's NFL Draft.
One player who may be on their radar is wide receiver Jordan White, a fairly unknown player out of Western Michigan. The team had him in for a visit and also flew to Western Michigan to work him out, an indication that they might be interested in investing in the incredibly productive receiver.
White finished with a ridiculous 140 catches and 1,911 yards in 2011, both of which led the country. His efforts were rewarded with his second consecutive nomination as a finalist for the Biletnkioff Award, given annually to the top receiver in college football.
He is considered a borderline draftable player, and may end up having to sign with a team as a college free agent in order to extend his football career.