Draft Combination No. 4: WR Marvin Harrison Jr. and OT Joe Alt
Back to Harrison Jr., because he is absolutely a top-2 talent in this class. The Bears could take him at no. 1 and no one would fault them for that. Look, he is a 6-foot-4 physical specimen. He can separate with the best of them in his class. He makes tough catches look routine due to his ability to contort his body every which way all while maintaining full control.
And, one thing he's displayed this season that we didn't see much of last year is his ability to make moves after the catch and gain plenty of yardage in doing so. Harrison Jr. is the complete package and could quickly even overtake Moore as the Bears' WR1.
After selecting Moore, the Bears reiterate their commitment to Justin Fields by taking the second-best offensive tackle prospect in the draft, Joe Alt out of Notre Dame. This would mean Fashanu is taken, but the Bears want to seriously upgrade their offensive line. Alt is also a quality pick, and his size at the position is overwhelming.
Alt stands 6-foot-8, weighing 315 pounds and brings a ton of athleticism to his position. His lateral quickness and flexibility is uncanny for a guy his size. His ability to bend with top edge rushers and match their pad level, especially at his height, does not go unnoticed.