3 more moves Bears can make to give Caleb Williams everything he needs

We know he's the pick, so what can the Bears still do to build around hiim?

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3. Draft Malachi Corley in the third round

Whether or not the Bears were to sign someone like Gallup, they can go get one of the draft's most intriguing receiver prospects in the third round by selecting Western Kentucky's Malachi Corley. As maybe the best in his class after the catch, Corley takes moving the chains personally.

What would be the thrill of a lifetime is to see both Corley and D.J. Moore in the same offense, because they play such a similar style of ball. Both of them do everything in their power to disallow the first would-be tackler, and more often than not, it takes more than one guy to bring them each down.

Standing 5-foot-11, 215 pounds, Corley draws a lot of comparisons to current 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel. He plays with a similar physical style as Samuel does, and it's something that pops off the screen when watching his tape.

Should the Bears be able to put Corley into an offense with Moore and Allen, plus the tight end tandem of Cole Kmet and Gerald Everett, then Caleb Williams would have more than enough in his passing arsenal.

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