64th overall: A.T. Perry, WR, Wake Forest
Adding another wide receiver to the group would be a wise choice, especially a prospect with size. At just over 6’ 3”, Perry fits the bill. His length and physicality make him a natural X, but he’s also shown flashes of improved route running. He has the skillset to work all over the field and should provide an immediate production behind DJ Moore. Perry is prone to the drops, he’s had 17 over the past two seasons, but it’s a correctable issue that should see him become a valuable piece of the offense.
103rd overall: KJ Henry, DE, Clemson
The Chicago Bears decide to double-dip at defensive end, finding a more traditional pass rusher in KJ Henry. He’s a highly athletic edge with the burst and fluidity to make an impact right away. He’ll need time to develop a more extensive tool kit of moves, but the upside is there for him to become an eventual starter. Chicago adds depth at a key position of need and their interested was shared by Henry himself.
133rd overall (from PHI): Cameron Latu, TE, Alabama
We know the Chicago Bears love them some tight ends and Latu represents that kind of player they would love to pair with Cole Kmet. He’s more of a receiving threat than blocker, averaging over 14 yards per catch through his collegiate career and is the Alabama all-time record holder for receiving touchdowns by a tight end. Another target for Justin Fields.