Ranking 5 best WRs for Chicago Bears at pick 39

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2. Skyy Moore, Western Michigan

NFL Comparison: Christian Kirk

Skyy Moore has shot up draft boards recently after having an impressive NFL combine performance. Still, all that did was told people to watch his WMU tape, and from there, the hype was easy to understand.

The first thing you notice about Moore is how detailed he is. His first route sets up his second route and so on. He can jab inside and then burst outside, then sprint outside only to slam on the breaks and cut inside.

With that in mind, he is a separation artist. Moore is also one of the more lethal WRs with the ball in his hands. He is a bit shorter than Jahan Dotson but about 14 pounds heavier, and it shows as he muscles his way around defenders in ways that translate to the NFL.

Moore can win deep, and short, before and after the catch. Of course, he played at a small school as well, and at 5’9″ he may be reduced to life in the slot. Still, while he played at a smaller school, WMU was FBS, unlike NDSU, and Moore is nearly two years younger than Watson, making it an easy call to put Moore ahead of Watson.

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Still, we saw that Christian Kirk was able to threaten the deep area of the field from the slot last season and it led to a big payday as a new part of the slot game was unleashed. Skyy Moore can be the same as a route technician, but also a wideout who can take the top off from the slot.