6th Round – 200th overall
Cam – Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa
Nate Stanley has all the tools and is NFL ready. It was a close choice between him and Cole Mcdonald here. I’ll grab these guys a round early to be safe. But Stanley is much better than the stats show. Reads the field, pump-fakes, ball fakes, and he had a lot of drops and more pressure in is face than people realize. Hence why I am not on the Cesar Ruiz bandwagon. I don’t think that center is a good blocker at all.
Parker – Kevin Dotson, IOL, Louisiana
We are going to fix this offensive line. Dotson can compete with Ruiz at right guard, but also could see his future kicking out to tackle. At the worst, he is swing tackle depth and a tough run blocker.
Rob – Raequan Williams, DT, Michigan State
After four straight draft picks going to the offensive side of the ball, Ryan Pace finally takes a defensive player. He gets a good one here too. Raequan Williams will not be a starter, but he could be a solid depth piece for the Chicago Bears. After the team lost Nick Williams in free agency this offseason, there is a need for some depth on that defensive line.
Williams could be that guy who fills that hole. Raequan Williams was a four-star recruit and has been a solid player for the Spartans. He has had some success rushing the passer and is a very solid run defender. Getting him here would be great for the Bears as a guy who contributes off the bench this season.
Ryan – Tremayne Anchrum, OL, Clemson
Anchrum is on the shorter size for an offensive lineman, but he has long arms and played at both the guard and tackle positions during his time at Clemson. He’ll likely compete with Germain Ifedi for the starting right guard job out of camp.