Would the Chicago Bears Rather Have This or That: Wide receivers edition

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Chicago Bears This or That: Receiver A

As an interesting second-tier wide receiver prospect in their respective draft class, Receiver A is seen as a low-first, high-second round prospect.

Receiver A, while incredibly high-ceiling, has a lower floor due to some character flaws, as well as the uncertainty of returning 100% from injury.

However, when healthy, this receiver is seen as fitting for the Chicago Bears– most specifically, paired with Justin Fields’ arm.

As for how this receiver is built, they’re 6’3″, about 200 lbs, and they ran a 4.7 40-yard dash.

In their best college season in terms of production, Receiver A had 49 receptions, 726 yards, and eight touchdowns.

Not too shabby!

Now, the red flags with this receiver aren’t great. They were only able to play in a handful of snaps their final season of college due to rehabbing an ACL tear, and along with that, this receiver has been known to have character flaws.

When questioning people close to NFL GMs, this receiver came up as the highest boom or bust in at least three separate situations.

One wide receiver coach was quoted on how he wouldn’t touch Receiver A.

"“You love his game, but there’s some issues… I wouldn’t touch him.”"

While he’s an attractive prospect to teams (Hint: he hasn’t been drafted yet), there’s going to be a close eye on him as he transitions to an NFL offense this upcoming summer. Especially if the Chicago Bears take a chance on him, which is certainly possible.

Any idea on who Receiver A is? Well, if so, it’s going to get a little harder on Receiver B. Without further ado, let’s see who Receiver B is.