NFL Draft 2015 Review – Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears are looking for players that do not excel in underachieving.  They need players that have heart.  As the team begins a new era with a new general manager and a new head coach, let’s take a look at who the Bears picked in the draft.

Round 1 (Pick 7):  Kevin White – WR – West Virginia.

Round 2 (Pick 39):  Eddie Goldman – DT – Florida State.

Round 3 (Pick 71):  Hroniss Grasu – C – Oregon.

Round 4 (Pick 106):  Jeremy Langford – RB – Michigan State.

Round 5 (Pick 142):  Adrian Amos – FS – Penn State.

Round 6 (Pick 183):  Tayo Fabuluje – OT – TCU.

The Bears needed immediate help at the wide receiver position.  White will become the deep threat Chicago has been lacking from their WR corps for quite some time now.

Goldman was a necessity pick at defensive tackle because the Bears’ run defense was absolutely atrocious last season.  Grasu was a necessity pick as well; he will start at center from day one.

Langford will compete for the second RB spot, while Amos and Fabuluje will be given time to develop behind veterans.  Overall, this Bears draft could possibly provide this organization with some much-needed momentum.

Grade:  B.

(Draft results provided by NFL.com.  Image below provided by Pixabay.com.)

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