Chicago Bears Mock Draft: A potential perfect draft weekend
5. Jaquelin Roy, DL, LSU
The Chicago Bears continue to beef up the trenches. Gervon Dexter has all of the upside in the world but is not consistent down-to-down. Beyond that, he is more of a three-technique pass rusher. Jaquelin Roy is the opposite.
He is a run stopper who really does not get much push into the backfield. Still, he plays well with his hands and knows leverage. He is going to be able to get on the field in a rotation, but will never be a guy who has more than five or six sacks. Roy in the 1-technique, and Dexter in the 3-technique fits.
5. Parker Washington, WR, Penn State
Parker Washington returns punts, which makes him enticing. He is a bit smaller and does not blaze, but he is a reliable chain mover who fights for every yard. Beyond that, he is just 20 years old right now, which makes him a bet on the future. Still, in the short term, he can boot Dante Pettis off the roster which is nice in round five.
7. Brayden Willis, TE, Oklahoma
Brayden Willis would be the perfect replacement for Trevon Wesco as a third tight end, who can block, but also move into the backfield if needed as an H-back.
7. Kaevon Merriweather, S, Iowa
Merriweather is a hard-hitting safety who could get special teams looks, and replace DeAndre Houston-Carson, who is not signed as of now.