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Every good quarterback wants a nice big target to throw to. Since his arrival in Chicago, Jay Cutler has been stuck with "big" receivers like Devin Hester, Johnny Knox and Earl Bennett, whose average height is six feet tall.
The Bears more than likely will try and target a big receiver, if they are available via free agency (ex. Dwayne Bowe, Vincent Jackson) or try and go after a big receiver with their 19th overall selection (ex. Alshon Jeffrey, Michael Floyd). But if the past is any indication of the future, many good wide receivers can be found in the later rounds.
Enter Jeff Fuller.
At 6'3" and 220 pounds, Fuller has the body to the perfect big receiver. Despite struggling this past season, totaling 70 catches for 828 yards and six touchdowns (in comparison to his junior campaign: 72 catches, 1,066 yards, and 12 touchdowns), Fuller's size alone will entice many teams.
Fuller struggled this past week during the Senior Bowl, dropping routine catches and often losing focus, but every once and awhile you will see him make the spectacular play. If given the chance to learn from NFL coaches, Fuller possess all the tools to become a legitimate NFL wide receiver. All he needs to do is strengthen the mental part of his game.
Look for Fuller to land somewhere in the fourth to fifth round, and do not be surprised to see the Bears take a chance on him if they find a way to sign one of the big-name free-agent wide receivers.