Bears Draft Prospects: A Baker’s Dozen of the Top Safeties

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3. Taylor Mays, 6-3, 230, USC

Mays was considered the top safety prospect in last season’s draft. This year, his stock is down a little bit, but even in this rich safety class he’s still a first round pick. He’s a big physical safety who should be good in run support. He’s projected as another mid-first round pick.  He’s the type of player that fits the Jerry Jones profile for the Cowboys at 27.

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Topics: 2010 Draft, Chad Jones, Chicago Bears, Darrell Stuckey, Earl Thomas, Eric Berry, Larry Asante, Major Wright, Morgan Burnett, Myron Rolle, Nate Allen, Reshad Jones, Robert Johnson, Safety Prospects, Taylor Mays, Tj Ward

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