61st overall (from CAR): Kelee Ringo, DB, Georgia
Don’t be surprised to see Kelee Ringo slip in the draft. While many project him as a borderline first-round pick, his inconsistencies will likely see him fall to the later 2nd round. It’s no secret Ringo possesses the size and speed to match up against anyone outside, or even potentially see a switch to safety, but he’s shown propensity to lose step with his man and was called for nine penalties last year.
If he does fall to this spot though, the value is too good to pass up on for Chicago. With Jaylon Johnson and Kyler Gordon already setup as the first two starts, Ringo can focus on developing his technique. While he’ll make an immediate impact, his future projection is much higher.