Ranking 5 sleeper centers Chicago Bears must consider in 2023 NFL Draft
1. Is Jake Andrews from Troy the Chicago Bears sleeper
Jake Andrews was starting at center for Troy last season. That is a bit more under the radar than Penn State. Andrews is a three-year starter, and after two seasons at right guard, a move to center may have put him on the NFL radar. It at least gives him the ability to play both spots which increases his chances to make an NFL roster.
Jake Andrews is not a big time mover, and is better holding his own with his anchor. This is why he may be better off as a center than a guard. It is a nice added bonus when your center can pull and make plays, but you ask the guards to do this so much more.
To have a sturdy center could be valuable. He does not have the physical attributes, but he fights and scraps and plays with good leverage. He has a good chance to stick in the NFL and may end up being a starter down the line. Jake Andrews is a name for the Chicago Bears to watch.