Round 1, Pick 3: Malik Hooker (Ohio State, FS)
The Bears produced 8 interceptions last season. They are in desperate need of a ball hawk who has sideline to sideline speed. Hooker, who is drawing skill comparisons to Ed Reed, had 7 interceptions, returning three for touchdowns. Despite his minor surgery, his ceiling is too high for the Bears to pass up on.
Round 2, Pick 36: Tre'Davious White (LSU, CB)
White has 6 career INT's with 2 in 2016. His height on man coverage will help against bigger recievers and he has the ability to be involved in plays down the field. Even though he can bite on his first read too much, his athleticism and fluidity allow him to catch up and his ball skills allow for him to make a play on the ball.
Round 3, Pick 67: Chris Godwin (Penn State, WR)
Chris Godwin caught 59 passes for 982 yards and 11 touchdowns his last year at Penn State. To put that into perspective, Odell Beckham Jr. caught 10 touchdown passes last year on 101 catches and Mike Evans caught 12 touchdown passes with 96 catches. Obviously Godwin isn't Evans or Beckham, but he has prototypical size and speed to develop into a top tier reciever given time.
Round 4, Pick 111: Nathan Peterman ( Pitt, QB)
Nathan Peterman finished his second and final year at Pitt with a 27:7 touchdown to interception ratio. He threw for 2855 yards. Even though, Peterman isn't a starter coming out of college, he has the decision making and arm talent to be the best developmental QB coming out of the draft. The only problem he has is ball security, as once he starts scrambling he lets defenses get picky at him, but given time he could replace Glennon as the starter.
Round 4, Pick 117: Tanoh Kpassagnon (Villanova, DE)
Who? Tanoh is a defensive end who not many people pay attention to due to the deep defensive class this year, not to mention playing for Villanova. However, he has the raw athleticism and strength to make a name for himself in the NFL.
Round 5, Pick 147: Conor McDermott ( UCLA, OT)
McDermott shows a lot of potential if he can be given time to develop to NFL level. He doesn't have the reflexes of an NFL caliber tackle, but he does have the speed and length to make up for it.
Round 7, Pick 221: Bug Howard (UNC, WR)
Bug Howard's ball skills are often questioned, but offering up his 6'4 frame gives Mike Glennon a massive target in the end zone.