Ranking Chicago Bears best value picks on Day 3

Parker Hurley
November 9, 2019; Berkeley, CA, USA; California Golden Bears cornerback Elijah Hicks (3) reacts after stopping Washington State Cougars wide receiver Davontavean Martin (1) on a two-point conversion during the second quarter at California Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
November 9, 2019; Berkeley, CA, USA; California Golden Bears cornerback Elijah Hicks (3) reacts after stopping Washington State Cougars wide receiver Davontavean Martin (1) on a two-point conversion during the second quarter at California Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports /
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4. Dominique Robinson, pick 174, EDGE, Miami (OH)

It could end up foolish that we have Robinson this low when we look back on him, especially considering this is a player we profiled and thought about as an option at pick 148 before the draft even started.

Still, the thought was before the draft that while he is the type of player you bet on during the third day of the draft, he is a bit of a luxury option for a Chicago Bears team that is missing a lot in the heart of their roster.

Still, if Robinson hits the upside he has is certainly greater than the others listed before, and possibly as high as anyone on this list. Robinson has athletic traits and bends around the edge which is tough to teach. Still, that is about all that he has right now and all that he can be is a rotational pass rusher that is schemed looks.

He can settle into the fourth edge rusher role, and Ryan Poles clearly thought that he was much higher rated than where he was falling, but there are questions of how much this pick can impact the roster.

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