Which teams fared the best -- and worst -- in this year's draft? Mel Kiper runs through all 32 teams' classes.
Sure, Christian McCaffrey and Jamal Adams were amazing picks, but so were a few late-round QBs and even a Division II TE.
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Coming off their worst season ever, the Chicago Bears take three players from non-FBS schools and a quarterback second overall who might not see the field in 2017. It's boom or bust for Bears.
Here are the Bears picks though five rounds of the draft: 1. Mitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina; 2. Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland; 4. Eddie Jackson, S, Alabama; 4. Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&T; 5. Jordan Morgan, OL, Kutztown.
With their final pick, the Bears chose Kutztown OL Jordan Morgan in Round 5. Morgan is the 2nd Division II player taken by the Bears this week, joining 2nd round TE Adam Shaheen, who played at Ashland University. Morgan played in the Senior Bowl for the Bears coaching staff. He obviously made a great impression. Morgan played LT in college, but may have size for guard in the NFL.
Bears about to go on the clock for the final time at 147. So far, Chicago has drafted a QB second overall who may not play in 2017, a Division II tight end, Alabama's Eddie Jackson and a 5"6 running back who can catch a ball while doing a backup. What can Ryan Pace do for an encore?!!
At 119, the Bears drafted 5"6 North Carolina A&T running back Tarik Cohen -- the MEAC's all-time leading rusher with 5,619 yards. Chicago wanted a shifty, change of pace tailback to compliment the bruising style of Pro Bowler Jordan Howard. Cohen has been compared to Darren Sproles, who Bears GM Ryan Pace spent time with in New Orleans.
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