Setting Expectations for Each Member of the Chicago Bears' 2013 Draft Class

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Setting Expectations for Each Member of the Chicago Bears' 2013 Draft Class
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Second-year general manager Phil Emery left some fans scratching their heads after his selection of Kyle Long in the first round of the NFL draft last Thursday night.

Throughout the remainder of the draft, he was able to select players in position of need (two linebackers, an offensive tackle and a wide receiver) and a value pick (Cornelius Washington).

Emery has proven in his first two drafts that he is willing to think outside the box and targets players with terrific athleticism and great upside.

It is hard to clearly project what a draft class is going to do in their rookie season, but they should be labeled with some sort of expectations.

Here are my expectations for each member of the Chicago Bears' 2013 draft class:

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