Chicago Bears Draft: 4 best positions available in the second round

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Chicago Bears, Kristian Fulton
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Cornerback has some great talent left

Well, if we are going to base which position the Chicago Bears should select based on who I believe is graded out as the best player left on the board, then cornerback has to be the pick. Putting the quarterback position aside (I have Jalen Hurts as the best player available right now), Kristian Fulton comes in as my 20th best player and the last player in my third tier.

If Fulton somehow drops to No. 43, Pace should have no problem calling in the pick on time. Fulton was the third-highest corner on my big board and I am shocked he has not been drafted yet. The fact that the Falcons selected A.J. Terrell over both Fulton and Jeff Gladney is mind-boggling to me. The same could be said for the Raiders with Damon Arnette.

The position goes deeper than just Fulton though. Jaylon Johnson is the sixth-best corner prospect on my draft board and 32nd overall. He too has a first-round grade for me and would likely push Roberson and Toliver for playing time this season. Although a second-round grade for me, Trevon Diggs is another corner who would be worth considering for the Chicago Bears at No. 43. He slots in as my 53rd ranked player.

The next position has yet to be drafted and therefore plenty of young talent is available.