Chicago Bears: Must watch college players series continued

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Adding talent on top of talent is never a bad thing and the Chicago Bears need it

Its no doubt that some of the players the Chicago Bears have scouted might return to school. The Chicago Bears under Ryan Pace would not shy away from grabbing a player that has upside even if they are not an immediate starter. This is why I have included off-ball linebacker on the list.

Some of these players cannot be based on. Many Bears fans wanted Jeremey Chinn to partner with Eddie Jackson on the back end of the defense. Jeremiah Owusu-Kormoah could be the sub-in-player at linebacker or safety.

Owusu-Kormoah is listed at 6’1″ and 215 pounds. He loves to use his speed and tackling ability to shut down opposing running backs and tight ends while being fast enough to cover receivers —something Danny Trevathan has been doing lately.

Dylan Moses is the same type of player, just bigger. Moses is listed at 6’3″ and 240 pounds. Both linebackers are projected to run in the 4.4 range. That is faster than Roquan Smith. Just imagine a defense that features a Devin White type of athlete next to Roquan Smith and/or Danny Trevathan.

The receiver position is more of a guess. I would love nothing more than to see Allen Robinson play the rest of his career as a Chicago Bear if the price is right. Riley Ridley has not been on the field enough to show that the Chicago Bears have faith in him. Anthony Miller is a head-scratcher and was already an older prospect when he entered the draft. Javon Wims is… just no. Two players that could fill that role (not as well right away) are Rashad Bateman and Justyn Ross.