10 sleepers Chicago Bears must consider in 2023 NFL draft
8. Alabama OL Tyler Steen could fit Chicago Bears
Tyler Steen may have played himself up into the day two range, and he may be too good to be a sleeper. However, when you think of Ryan Poles saying that he wants to get the best lineman and figure out positions later, you think of Tyler Steen.
Steen started at left tackle for Vanderbilt before transferring to Alabama last season. His best season was in the new facilities, and the big-time coaching staff at Alabama, and it makes you think that his best is still ahead of him.
Steen was great at the Senior Bowl, and brought intrigue when he took snaps at all five offensive line spots, yes that includes center. Tyler Steen showed versatility at the NFL Combine as well.
Steen is expected to get a chance at tackle and fail to the interior. His length is not great, but he has longer arms than Peter Skoronski and may be a consolation prize to that type of versatility. Still, the snaps at center really intrigue. The question will be when Tyler Steen gets selected. If he does fall into the fourth round, he has Chicago Bears written all over him.