Top 5 Running Backs The Chicago Bears Should Target In The Draft

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Jan 1, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; UCF Knights running back Storm Johnson (8) runs the ball against the Baylor Bears during the first quarter at University of Phoenix Stadium during the Fiesta Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

3) Storm Johnson, UCF

Johnson possesses much more prototypical NFL running back size (5-11, 209) than most of the other players on this list.  He has deceptive speed and agility and was extremely durable during his college career, appearing in all 26 games during his time at UCF.  Ball security was a bit of a problem for Johnson in 2013, but with some coaching and some work with an NFL offense that can likely improve.  He’s the type of running back that could fit immediately into most NFL offenses and be able to contribute right away, especially with the uncertainty most teams have in their starting roles.  Johnson would be a mid-rounds target for the Bears, but could see his stock rise in the next few weeks.