The dream NFL Draft scenario for the Chicago Bears if they keep Justin Fields

If the Chicago Bears keep Justin Fields this offseason, then this would be the dream scenario for Ryan Poles.

Chicago Bears, Justin Fields
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Bears, Marvin Harrison Jr.
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Many people seem to have moved Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze up their draft boards to the point they don't care if they miss out on Marvin Harrison, Jr. Look, I'd be perfectly fine if Chicago were to land one of those two receivers. However, to put Nabers and Odunze in the same tier is just silly. Marvin Harrison, Jr. is easily the best WR prospect in this draft and I still have him in his own tier above everyone else — yes, even the quarterbacks.

The Chicago Bears just hired Shane Waldron as their next offensive coordinator. Waldron checks all the boxes this team needs since they decided to stick with Matt Eberflus as head coach. One thing we know is that Waldron has a history of utilizing the prototypical X receiver — something that DJ Moore does not represent. Moore is only 5'11" and would fit the Tyler Lockett role in this offense should the Bears land Marvin Harrison, Jr. in the draft. Harrison is 6'3" and brings the size this team was trying to find with Chase Claypool. That's the only time I will compare Harrison and Claypool by the way.

The Chicago Bears draft the best player in the 2024 NFL Draft

Harrison has been tearing up the NCAAF. In each of his last two seasons with Ohio State, Harrison has finished with 1,200+ yards and 14 touchdowns. He brings a combination of size, speed, and strength that the Bears' new offense will covet. If he lands in Chicago, I fully expect him to break every franchise receiving record before his career ends.