1-20 Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame: Ogleetree, Cooper, Warmack, and Eifert were all of the board at 20. I choose to stay at 20 and take Te'o simply because I believe in his ability and think he will be a very good NFL linebacker. Also the Bears need a young linebacker with all 3 of their starters over 30. I think Te'o is one of these players where years later, people will wonder how he slipped so far. He led his team to BCS game and was a Heisman runner up, he can play.
2-18 Justin Pugh G/C Syracuse: Good second round value and fits Bears needs. He is very versatile and could potentially play all 5 positions on the line (unlikely tackle because of his short arms). Pugh is a very good pass protector, he has light feet and shows great patience and balance. As a run blocker Pugh has good not great inline power. He is a natural knee bender and is above average in space.
4-20 B.W. Webb CB William & Mary: I'm surprised he slipped to the 4th round, If the Bears had a 3rd rounder I would take him there. Webb is a gifted athlete who is a top 3 cover corner in this draft. He has natural hips, great feet and balance, terrific ball skills and has a second gear in recovery. His knock is in his run support, he doesn't invite contact and is below average at taking on blocks.
5-20 Josh Boyce TCU: Quick outside receiver. Good feel as a route runner and has the speed to challenge on the outside. Boyce has underrated hands and is a playmaker. Fills Bears needs as well.
6-20 Joe Madsen C West Virginia: Posses good lateral movement and gets to the second level well. A four year starter in a very productive offense. His weakness is his ability to anchor and re-anchor. He could put up a fight for Roberto's job.
How did I do? (No one will be able to change my mind about Manti Te'o)