3. Kellen Mond
Kellen Mond has the size and experience running an offense that has NFL verbiage and reads. He does a good job going through his reads, but he does not have the arm or mechanics to put it altogether.
Mond is a quarterback who can take what is given. However, he cannot thread the needle or push the football down the field. If you put Franks arm with Mond’s acumen, you would have something.
For Mond, you want to see him make consistently tough passes down the football field. You want to see him push the ball and challenge the tight windows.
If you could see growth, you are looking at a strong backup with the chance to start at some point down the line. His mobility would also be a factor that could intrigue the Bears.