Chicago Bears: 5 wide receivers to replace Allen Robinson in 2022 NFL Draft

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Chicago Bears, Romeo Doubs
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Chicago Bears draft candidates to replace Allen Robinson: Romeo Doubs, Nevada

Despite playing for Nevada, Romeo Doubs could still hear his name called in the first two rounds of the draft. Doubs is a physical freak, first and foremost. He stands 6-foot-2, weighing roughly 200 pounds. Doubs is a size and speed combination to be reckoned with.

With his size and muscular build, it’s scary to think that Doubs is one of the nation’s biggest deep threats. He really has it all, physically. He can get behind a defense in a hurry as well as break away from corners using flat-out strength.

Last year for the Wolfpack, Doubs caught 58 passes for 1,002 yards and nine touchdowns — an average of 17.3 yards per catch, for some quick math. To top off the physical attributes, Doubs has excellent hands. There are zero questions about drops and he can track deep passes well.

Maybe the only question mark with Doubs is whether or not he can expand his route tree. However, this is a similar issue for many college wideouts and something he can work on with the right receiver coaches.