Round 3, 67th overall, Davis Webb, QB, California
Davis Webb certainly isn’t as good of a prospect as Mitch Trubisky, but he isn’t that far behind him. Webb was largely considered a second round pick, so after he fell out of round 2, Ryan Pace would be smart to scoop him up here.
Webb is a developmental prospect but two things here. First, the Bears have Mike Glennon so there would be zero reasons to play Webb this year. Second, let’s be honest, there is a very good chance the Bears will struggle in 2017 and have another very high pick in 2018. There is an excellent QB class coming out next year, and if the Bears are picking in the top 5 again, selecting Webb here would have no impact as to not being able to go QB again with a top pick.
If Webb develops partially, the Bears have a capable back-up on their hands, if he really starts to show promise, the Bears would have a nice trade chip on their hands if they draft a QB in 2018 or quite simply, they have their QB of the future. Taking Webb here would be a pretty low risk with a decent reward.