3 — Dee Ford, Auburn
Many experts still have Ford listed at his collegiate position of defensive end. But at 6-2, 252 he’ll be undersized at the NFL level. Ford would make for a great outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, which might make him a tough fit for the Bears. He’s struggled with injuries throughout his career, but his talent is undeniable. He’s a high motor player who has great range and fantastic closing speed. He’s likely a second-round pick and the Bears should take a chance on him should he somehow fall to them.