The Bears would turn right back around and pick at no. 2 overall, thanks to the pick held by the Carolina Panthers turning into the no. 1 spot. At number two, the Bears will take arguably the best prospect in this year's class, Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. If Williams is the draft's best prospect, then Harrison is a close second.
The son of NFL great Marvin Harrison, he stands 6-foot-4 and possesses the ideal NFL wide receiver frame. Scouts say that he will likely run in the 4.3 range at next year's Combine, giving him the ultra-rare size and speed combination.
When looking at Harrison, he holds no glaring weaknesses. He is a phenomenal route runner with a body that can contort all different directions in order to make acrobatic catches look simple. The athleticism is off the charts. Watching highlight reels of this kid makes you wonder if his catch range knows any bounds at all.
Harrison's length makes it very difficult on opposing defensive backs to try and handle him on the outside and in 50-50 balls. He very likely has the best hands in the draft, as well. In 2022, Harrison caught 77 passes for 1,263 yards and 14 touchdowns en route to winning the Belitnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver.
Harrison and D.J. Moore would be one heck of a tandem for Williams to work with.