Trevor Guyton should hear his name called soon
While Trevor Guyton has yet to be drafted, he shouldn't have to wait long. There were three similar prospects taken in the second round, with Derek Wolfe going to Denver, Jerel Worthy to Green Bay and Devon Still to Cincinnati.
I expected Guyton to be taken in the third round, but high-production players such as Boise State's Tyrone Crawford (Dallas), Arkansas' Jake Bequette (New England) and Clemson's Brandon Thompson (Cincinnati), and lesser known prospects like University of Cincinnati's John Hughes (Cleveland) and Akiem Hicks, who played in Regina, Canada, and was drafted by New Orleans, came off the board before Guyton.
Fear not, Bears fans, Guyton offers a unique skill-set and projects as either a defensive end in a 3-4 or a pass-rushing defensive tackle in a 4-3. He has experience in both schemes
Teams that haven't addressed the position who could select him early in the fourth round include San Francisco, Baltimore, Houston, Washington or Kansas City. Also, never rule out a trade by another team.