Chicago Bears Draft Scout: Equanimous St. Brown
By Josh Diaz
Fit for the Chicago Bears
Equanimous St. Brown would come in as the third or fourth wide receiver on the Chicago Bears. He wouldn’t be asked to do too much, which could help him learn the pro game. Brown would fit the Bears need for a speedster, someone to stretch the field and make big plays.
With the new addition of free agent star Allen Robinson, the Chicago Bears are looking to give Mitchell Trubisky offensive weapons. Equanimeous Brown is a smart pick in the middle of the draft that can produce immediately.
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Equanimeous Brown’s pro comparison is DeVante Parker. Brown and Parker have a lot of similarities. Both receivers are above 6’3, ran 4.4 in the 40-yard dash, and are slight of frame for their respective size. Parker was drafted in the first round, Brown is projected in the third-fourth but has the potential of a first-round pick.
Devante Parker has shown flashes of what he can become, and that will be the same for Brown in the right situation.
If the Chicago Bears want to upgrade receivers they will need to do so in the draft, Equanimeous Brown would be worth a pick, and will need time to develop.