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Chicago Bears, Wanya Morris
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Chicago Bears Round 4, Pick 103: Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma

The Chicago Bears continue to add to the offensive line. Wanya Morris started at right tackle, and while Duncan may have more upside, especially because his feet are much more smooth. However, Morris may be the player who is more ready to start day one, especially with the hole on the right side.

Beyond that, Morris can have his technical questions in pass protection, but he brings a run blocking base of power that could get him on the field, and could fit the Chicago Bears.

Chicago Bears Round 4, Pick 133: Cameron Mitchell, CB, Northwestern

While the early mocks had the early mock drafts had the Chicago Bears going with the Northwestern tackle, and then the buzz went to the Northwestern defensive lineman, we know shift to the cornerback from the local school. The Chicago Bears may not need a cornerback, but they are still going to be seeing Kindle Vildor on the field a decent bit from where they stand.

The reality is that Cameron Mitchell fits. He does not blow you away athletically, but he is a great culture fit. He is also one of the best run defending cornerbacks in the draft. He is a great tackler and plays phyiscal.

He can get burnt over the top and can lose to bigger and more physical wideouts, but as someone who can compete with Vildor from the jump, this is a great fourth-round pick.