With their third and final pick in the fourth round, the Bears go get another pass rusher. This time, it's Javon Solomon out of Troy. Another guy coming out of a smaller program, Solomon certainly did everything he could in order to hear his name called on draft weekend.
Last season, he led the FBS with a staggering 16.0 sacks and had 18.0 total tackles for loss. Like Latu, Solomon is a pure pass rusher. He is instinctual and goes after the quarterback 100 miles an hour. He's also got a nose for the football, coming up with three forced fumbles last year.
The Bears opt not to trade back into the sixth or seventh rounds and stay put with bringing home better talent. Their final pick comes in the fifth round, and it's Kenny Logan Jr. out of Kansas. The safety prospect can come in and compete for the starting spot left by Eddie Jackson, whom the Bears will more than likely cut this offseason.
Logan is a tackling machine and a versatile defensive back who also has experience as a nickel. He's got great length and stands six feet tall, with above average ball skills as well. Logan is good at a lot of things and plays best in zone coverage, but may struggle if given one-on-one assignments. Otherwise, he has the potential to develop into a solid starting safety who can grow alongside the rest of this young secondary.