5 first round targets not named Caleb Williams the Bears should target

Let's talk about what could be, for a moment.

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4. Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Back to the conversation of the draft's top prospect -- it's Marvin Harrison Jr. The Ohio State wide receiver is far and away the best player in this draft, and it's not close. Even watching the first few of his games in 2022, it was easy to make this call. You don't need to watch much of him before giving him that title.

You might read scouting reports on players that say thing like "he does everything well," but when it comes to Harrison, this is not an exaggeration. He is a 6-foot-4 unicorn with top-end speed, quick footwork in and out of breaks, some of the best hands you'll ever find, body control like peak DeAndre Hopkins and a catch radius close to Calvin Johnson.

That sounds like extremely high praise and it is certainly far too soon to be making those comparisons with a guy coming out of college, but watching his tape, that's exactly what I see. Harrison does not have a weakness. He will come in, right away, and be the best wide receiver in Chicago, and that's not a slam on D.J. Moore.

Harrison is the real deal.