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Our resident Optimist Prime reviews and critiques the small yet loaded class selected by Ryan Pace."The wait is over. After what felt like an eternity between free agency and the 3rd round of the 2019 NFL Draft Cody Whitehair Jersey , we have our rookie draft class solidified and finalized for the Chicago Bears. Bears general manager Ryan Pace and his scouts can have their long deserved vacation/break with most of the roster build-up completed. For those needing a refresher, Ryan Pace traded the Bearsí first round pick for the right to secure outside linebacker Khalil Mackís contract from the Raiders. Prior to that, Pace utilized the 2019 2nd round pick to move up for wide receiver Anthony Miller during last yearís NFL draft. This resulted in the Bears not having a pick until the 3rd round of this yearís draft. I find that to be perfectly fine. Despite being such a small class due to Ryan Paceís aggressive 2018 offseason campaign, this group is filled with solid players who all can contribute immediately. And, staying true to form, Pace aggressively traded up in the 2019 draft to secure a player he wanted the most. Whatís more, is there are no more glaring holes on the Bearsí roster. Make no mistake. Theyíre ready for their run at the Super Bowl. 1st Round, 24th overall: Khalil Mack; Outside Linebacker; Oakland Raiders Grade: A+ to the infinite powerHe is a Hall of Fame caliber player that destroys offensive coordinators careers whoís locked up in Chicago for the foreseeable future. Thereís no need to discuss this (trade) further. 2nd Round, 56th overall: Anthony Miller; Wide Receiver; Memphis (2018)Grade: AMiller led the Bears in touchdown receptions during his rookie season in 2018. Had he not been injured early in his campaign, he could have broken many rookie receiving records. His future is extremely bright. 3rd Round, 73rd overall: David Montgomery, Runningback, Iowa State Grade: A+First, watch this video below. Say what you want about trading away future assets to move up a whopping 14 spots in the middle of the draft. As the video above exhibited, Ryan Pace got his guy no matter the cost.Not only do runningbacks matter in the NFL, this was the one real question mark left on the Bearsí starting offense even after free agency. They just did not have a guy who earned Matt Nagyís complete trust in his total gameplan on offense. Whatís more, is he wanted a player who can step in right away as the featured back on all three downs. Problem solved. David Montgomery is precisely the type of back Matt Nagy has been seeking; a good all-round back who contributes in the ground and air. Montgomery consistently draws comparisons towards Kareem Hunt given their respective production and play styles in Matt Campbellís offense at both Toledo and Iowa State. I happen to see a bit of James Connor in terms of playing style , where Montgomery might be slightly smaller, yet just as tough if not tougher. Like Hunt, Montgomery isnít the fastest player clock-wise; instead he possesses tremendous explosiveness and short area quickness to hit the holes hard both inside and out. Thatís more important than raw speed alone. Plus, heís a willing pass blocker and a natural receiver out from the backfield. His work ethic and ďnever die easyĒ mentality when toting the rock is second to none in this yearís stock of backs. If youíre looking for any room for improvement, itís that he could be just a bit more physical when merging in pass protection. Also, his footwork in that area could be refined. Then again, the same could be said for every back in this yearís class. So, in complete honesty, I have zero issues with this selection.This is by far the best pick in this yearís draft for the Bears. As I predicted in a piece I wrote earlier this offseason, barring anything catastrophic, heís Matt Nagyís guy at runningback for the foreseeable future. And heíll be a damn good football player. 4th Round, 126th overall: Riley Ridley; Wide Receiver; Georgia Grade: A-You can never have too many weapons on offense. This, truly, is a case of Ryan Pace picking the best player available on his board. Receiver wasnít a position of need, where Ridley projects as a true possession receiver at the next level. He runs fantastic routes, and thatís a critical element when transitioning into the pros as a receiver. The one slight knock I have with this selection is that I feel he wonít be a huge contributor for the 2019 season. He can become a solid player this year, and will be a good addition over time; yet I donít feel itís likely to happen this year. His lack of breakaway speed does factor in with his projected time for development. As it stands Akiem Hicks Color Rush Jersey , the receiving corps is stacked with Allen Robinson II, Taylor Gabriel, and Anthony Miller at the top of the depth chart. Also, players like Trey Burton, Tarik Cohen, David Montgomery, and Cordarrelle Patterson are all likely to be targeted frequently as well. There are so many players to feed on this offense. Patience will be needed with this pick, as heíll need to continue his craft of running crisp routes for him to consistently gain separation at the NFL level. I wonít be surprised to see him eventually factor in the Bearsí long-term plans along side Anthony Miller from 2020 and beyond, though. 6th round, 205th overall: Duke Shelley, DB, Kansas State Grade: C+There was a need to create more competition at the nickel position regardless of Buster Skrineís addition in free agency. They elected to wait until the 6th round for that need to be addressed, and they selected a real ďboom or bustĒ prospect. Shelleyís strength comes in his speed and ability to mirror receivers in coverage. Much like D.J. Moore from years past in Chicago, heís not afraid to get in anyoneís grill while pressing off on the line of scrimmage despite his 5í9Ē frame. Technique-wise, heís rather solid, and his tenacity will fit in Chuck Paganoís defense. What I have a problem with is his tackling. It needs to get much better if heís looking to compete for a starting job, whether thatís inside in the slot or outside on the boundaries. Also Bobby Massie Jersey , heís a bit stiff with his hips, as his game speed and lateral speed doesnít resemble his respectable 40 time of a 4.46. Look for him to compete on special teams, and eventual figure his way into the rotation at nickel if all goes well. His work ethic and desire to get better will drive him to perform better than what his draft status dictates. 7th Round, 222nd overall: Kerrith Whyte, Runningback, FAUGrade: B+This was the most surprising pick for me. Even though fellow draftee Montgomery figures to consume a lionís share of the load in the backfield, and players like Cohen and Davis are backing him up, Pace elected to double dip into the deep pool at runningback. And itís not necessarily a bad pick. Whyte brings speed to the position. A ton of speed; he ran a 4.37 in the 40-yard dash and his game speed is arguably quicker. Heís also a great kick returner, becoming the first player in the programís history to return a kickoff for a touchdown, and totaling 2 between 2017 and 2018. Also, where he played in Devin Singletaryís shadow for most of his collegiate career, he still produced large numbers as the primary backup. His vision, on the other hand, isnít all too great. Too many times did he get himself into trouble while being reluctant to wait for his blocking to develop up front. I didnít notice him much in pass protection, not that FAU actually relied on their backfield to contribute as often as other offenses do in college. I see Whyte being a rotational player whoíll pair nicely with Cohen in speed-oriented packages while being a possible player to add in the return game on special teams. 7th Round, 238th overall: Stephen Denmark; DB, Valdosta State Grade: B ďWho?Ē Thatís what a majority of fans on my timelines tweeted/posted/etc once the name was announced. I happen to know exactly who this player is. First , he hails from Valdosta State of the Gulf South Conference in DII football. That is a rival program to my alma mater, University of West Florida. He started his collegiate career off as a receiver before converting into a huge corner at 6í3Ē and 220+ pounds. His physicality and athleticism became a mismatch in coverage against receivers and even tight ends. Denmark is definitely a big ďprojectĒ as well. He did have problems when breaking on the ball as his backpedaling wasnít exactly fluid. Whatís more is he does need to learn how not to not be as handsy in coverage, as he would have drawn quite a few flags under NFL officiating. Both of those concerns are correctable with coaching, albeit it will take time. Heís a special teams player at this current point in time who has a tremendous ceiling based solely on his measurables. And, quite frankly, thereís nothing wrong with that. Final Thoughts Where I am somewhat surprised to see no linemen in this haul, offense or defense, Ryan Pace did what he could do to maximize the value of his handful of selections. Again, draft picks shouldnít be used exclusively to find cheap talent. Use them to their fullest effect, whether that includes a trade or not. There really arenít any true reaches with this group in my opinion. The levels of contribution for each player will be different, and any of these players could exceed expectations. This will be a class thatíll take at least 2 full seasons to evaluate. Oh, and Iím personally glad the Bears didnít draft a kicker. That was the one move I absolutely hoped to avoid at any cost; kickers have arguably the highest bust rate of any position when it comes to the draft. Just continue signing guys and let them compete for the job. That is unless Robbie Gould becomes available....#BringRobbieBack. LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) ó The Chicago Bears have hired former Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino as senior defensive assistant and outside linebackers coach.Monachino worked for new Bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis and with him on John Harbaugh's staff in Baltimore. He was a senior defensive analyst for Missouri last season and was hired as Kansas State's defensive coordinator and linebackers coach in December.In Chicago, he will work with All-Pro Khalil Mack. The Bears won the NFC North at 12-4 after four straight last-place finishes and made the playoffs for the first time since 2010 in coach Matt Nagy's first season. Their defense ranked among the best in the NFL. The Bears announced the move on Monday.
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