Chicago Bears Draft Scout: Marquis Haynes
A fit for Chicago Bears
Being 23 years old and having limitations in your game is not going to shoot you up draft boards. While he performed well in the Senior Bowl, he is going to be available in the later mid rounds. Should the Bears take the chance?
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The fact is, with Haynes, you probably know what you are getting. The hustle plays for sacks are nice in college, but given his skill set, they translate to a premier special teams asset. The speed is a great special teams addition as well, and with that, there is a base and floor to drafting him.
The fact of the matter is that while he is not an elite pass rusher with an arsenal of skills, he is a speed rusher who can win in the NFL at times. Even if he sees third down pass rushing snaps and special teams play, it could be a decent late round addition.
In the first three rounds, it would be too high. From there, he could be an intriguing look.