Chicago Bears Draft Watch: Could Carson Wentz Be The Future?

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The Scouting Notebook

Jan 22, 2015; Mobile, AL, USA; North squad safety Adrian Amos of Penn State (4) runs through passing drills during Senior Bowl practice at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Current Standing:

The Chicago Bears past draft class looks to be a foundational one. With many rookies starting, some due to injuries, others due to performance; the Chicago Bears must have another draft in which they are able to round out this roster with young talent.

The Chicago Bears have ample needs. Some will be addressed in the offseason by way of free agency, but others will be handled via the 2016 draft.

This article will highlight five players I feel that should be on the Bears radar, along with my thoughts on the prospect, as well as why they would fit within the Bears system.

Here we go.

Biggest Needs (As of December 5, 2015):


-Offensive Guard

-Defensive End



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