5 College wide receivers the Chicago Bears should target in NFL Draft
By Joseph Herff
Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida St.
Height: 6′ 4″ | Weight: 210 | Age: RS-Jr.
Projected: Round 3
Tamorrion Terry is the perfect fit to be a big, jump-ball wide receiver for the Chicago Bears. Standing at 6′ 4″ and weighing 210 pounds makes him a big threat for jump balls. Blend that size with his surprising speed, Terry could be the steal of the 2021 NFL draft if his draft stock stays at Round 3.
In 2019, Terry caught 60 passes for 1,188 yards (19.8 yards per catch) and nine touchdowns. This season though, Terry has been hurt by bad quarterback play as he only has 23 catches for 289 yards (12.6 yards per catch) and one touchdown. This poor play actually led to Terry leaving Florida State’s program on November 11th.
This could lower his stock even more. Additionally, Terry may not even enter the NFL draft if his stock continues to lower. He is a player to monitor as the year goes on. He has the tools to be a top wide receiver talent in this draft class, but with him leaving Florida State and his rough 2020 season, he may drop more and more.