Top 5 Wide Receivers The Chicago Bears Should Target In The Draft

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Oct 5, 2013; Dallas, TX, USA; Rutgers Scarlet Knights wide receiver Brandon Coleman (17) during the game against the Southern Methodist Mustangs at Gerald J. Ford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

2) Brandon Coleman, Rutgers

Like Bryant, Coleman is the perfect combination of size (6-6, 225) and speed (4.56) that would add to the huge size advantage that Bears receivers already have over opposing defenses.  Coleman had a disappointing junior season, but that may have been due to a lingering knee issue.  He’s got a great work ethic and high character and seems like he would fit in nicely in most any NFL locker room.  Coleman could be available at the perfect time for the Bears, sometime in the third or fourth round after they have addressed their defensive needs.

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  • brian mckendry

    I don’t think we need a receiver in this draft, if we keep 6 wrs, these would be who I hope they hold onto, marshall, Jeffrey,m. Wilson, he was projected to be a 2nd rd rec. before he quit in college, I don’t agree he is our 3rd rec. by default, 6’3, faster and will be better than Bennett, bottom 3 could be Dixon, josh morgan, who we just picked up today, and chris Williams should be our return guy, 4.28 speed, faster than hester