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Now it's my turn. I tend to lean more on the side of Todd McShay's philosophy around giving out grades. It's tough to put an actual letter grade on a team's picks when they haven't even played a game yet.
With all that said, I thought the Bears had a solid draft. I was very high on Jimmie Ward, so I was upset the Bears couldn't nab him. I do like Kyle Fuller and believe he is a rock-solid corner who can be there for a Charles Tillman-type run of 10-plus seasons.
By far, my favorite pick from the Bears is Brock Vereen. I just love his football I.Q. and the tenacity he plays with. It will not shock me at all if he becomes the starting free safety at some point in his rookie year. I picture him as a feisty fan favorite who makes plays quite similar to Mike Brown from years past.
If the Bears can get Will Sutton to slim down, then they might have a steal. His 2012 tape is fantastic, and he would've been a first-round pick if he had come out then. He was also slimmer and more explosive that year.
Ego Ferguson will be a real project. There are times when he will flash brilliance and other moments where he will frustrate fans and his team. New defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni will have his hands full getting the most out of the talented defensive tackle.
Ka'Deem Carey is a hard runner with some surprisingly nifty moves. Anybody who can put up nearly 2,000 yards in one year in a major conference has some talent. He reminds me of Marion Barber before he got to the Bears and decided not to stay in bounds with the game on the line.
I figured the Bears would take a quarterback despite Phil Emery's recent comments, but I would've liked Keith Wenning over David Fales.
Regarding Pat O’Donnell, I can honestly say I can't break down punters that well, but I'm all in on a guy who benched more than No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney.