Ex-Chicago Bears Scout Reveals Draft Sleeper The Team Is Eyeing

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The Chicago Bears have no say in what they do in the 2023 draft. For one, the evaluation process is ongoing. The Shrine Games, Senior Bowl, Scout Combine and Pro Day are yet to come. A lot happens in that time. Prospects go up and down the board. There is also the fact that they do not even know the official standings of the first round. They currently retain the No. 2 pick, but that could change if they win any of his two remaining games. So all anyone can do now is guess.

The general consensus is that if the Bears stay in second place, their choice will be one of two names. Either Alabama’s edge rusher Will Anderson or Georgia’s defensive tackle Jalen Carter. But former Bears scout his director Greg Gabriel has added his third name to the Barroom Network mix. He thinks that if Anderson and Carter are off the table, the player to watch is Texas Tech edge rusher Tyree Wilson. Not only is he a freak athlete at his 6’6, 275 lbs, but his tapes are constantly flashing, even though coaches sometimes overwork him. Ryan Poles and Ian Cunningham went to see him in person in October.

Wilson fits the new Chicago Bears profile.

Matt Eberflus has two priorities for future players. It’s athleticism and length. As Gabriel said, Wilson is a great athlete. What scares him even more is the rumor that his arms are 35 to 36 inches long. His wingspan is crazy. Typical of this class he’s a 4-3 defensive he’s an end If anyone looks like him it’s him. The 22-year-old has been a dominant force in his last 16 games with the Raiders, recording 12 sacks and his 19.5 tackles in the loss. I can only imagine what he could do with more competent coaching.

If Wilson blows up the Scout Combine, as Gabriel predicts, I wonder if the Chicago Bears would consider making him over to Anderson or Carter. is high. If Trayvon Walker can make it to the top of the draft in 2022, it’s not crazy to think that Wilson can do the same. He may not be second overall, but if he can finish the year well, from fourth to he’ll definitely be somewhere in the seventh.

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