34. Riley Ridley, WR
The Chicago Bears drafted Riley Ridley in the fourth round out of Georgia. They did not need a receiver, but they saw him as the best player on the board. Given their limited draft resources, the Bears are pretty committed to Ridley. The chances of him making the roster are high, as he cracks the top 35.
However, while he is expected to make the roster, the question comes down to how often he will play next season. He still enters camp behind Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller, and Taylor Gabriel. He is going to compete with Javon Wims, who outproduced when the two played together at Georgia.
He is also will lose passing game value to names such as Trey Burton, Adam Shaheen, Tarik Cohen, Cordarelle Patterson, and even David Montgomery. Ridley is going to make the roster, but he may not have a huge role next season.
This puts him in the top 35 but caps him off at 34.