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Twitter reactions to the Bears selection of Kindle Vildor

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Making a pick just eight spots later, the Bears have made their second selection in the fifth round

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The Bears have made their second selection on the final day of the draft and the fifth round.

After trading up to select Tulsa DE Trevis Gipson, the Bears made another defensive pick with Georgia Southern CB Kindle Vildor.

That’s two cornerbacks selected, but whose counting? The Bears can afford to use these day three picks on developmental defensive players so that the defense can stay reloaded, hopefully.

It may be worth noting that Georgia QB Jake Fromm was still available.

The reaction on Twitter was met with a lot of head-scratching, some disappointment and a lot of “Who?”

Be curious to see what EJ Snyder has to say about him, since Snyder covered the Senior Bowl for WCG.

Robert Schmitz was joined by our Lead Draft Analyst Jacob Infante, and our Senior Draft Analyst EJ Snyder, to help breakdown Vildor’s skills for the Bears in our latest NFL Draft mini-podcast.

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