Marvin Harrison Jr.
Taking Harrison at No. 1 may be a stretch, considering no wide receiver has been selected with the No. 1 pick since Keyshawn Johnson in 1996. However, Harrison may be worth the top pick, especially if the Bears decide they don't need a QB.
Harrison will go down as one of the best college receivers of his generation. The star receiver racked up 2,613 receiving yards and 31 touchdowns over three seasons with the Buckeyes. Harrison finished 4th in Heisman voting this season.
The Bears' second pick is currently the No. 5 pick, and it's doubtful that the receiver would last that long. If the Bears are serious about giving Justin Fields another elite weapon, they may find it worth it to take Harrison before anyone else can. A combination of Harrison and DJ Moore would be enviable for almost every NFL QB.