2022 NFL draft: Best available players for Bears on Day 2

The X receiver the Bears desperately need. A 6’3 210lb DAWG at the position.

WR George Pickens, Georgia

The 6’4 speedster out of North Dakota State had an excellent showing at the Senior Bowl and ran a 4.3 40-time.

WR Christian Watson, North Dakota State

A good bump and run corner out of Clemson, Booth isn’t afraid to help stop the run and is physical at the line of scrimmage.

CB Andrew Booth, Clemson

McCreary has been a consistent cover corner in the SEC. Going against the best and is a scrappy corner.

CB Roger McCreary, Auburn

A corner out of Washington with long arms and knows how to anticipate and jump routes. He can play man to man and zone.

CB Kyler Gordon, Washington

Pitre is a do-it-all type of safety. He plays in the box and deep. His NFL comparison has been no other than Tyrann Mathieu mostly because of his versatility.

S Jalen Pitre, Baylor

The Penn State safety has been a leader in the back end and an all-around defender. Brisker is known for his physicality and playmaking ability.

S Jaquan Brisker, Penn State

Dean was dominant in the middle of Georgia’s defense. The middle linebacker is a little undersized but doesn’t play like it. His sideline-to-sideline speed always pops on tape.

LB Nakobe Dean, Georgia

The big defensive tackle out of UConn is a physical people eater of a player. His ability to take on double teams and physically outmatch opposing lineman is special.

DT Travis Jones, Connecticut

The big athletic defensive end out of Houston boosted his stock at the combine and senior bowl with great performances. He can play all over the defensive line and still has room to grow.

DE Logan Hall, Houston

The edge rusher out of Michigan shouldn’t even be available on Day 2 but due to his achilles injury during his pro day, here we are. He’s an explosive rusher with a first step that’s too much for tackles to handle.

EDGE David Ojabo, Michigan

The edge rusher out of Penn State is a freakish athlete with long arms. He tested well at the combine and still has yet to reach his potential.

EDGE Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State

A quick shifty receiver who’s new to playing receiver and has already established himself as one of the better route runners in this class

WR Skyy Moore, Western Michigan

The 6’3″ receiver out of Cincinnati is a big play athlete who consistently makes plays downfield. He ran a 4.41 at his size which has gotten evaluators attention.

WR Alec Pierce, Cincinnati

The edge rusher out of USC has an arsenal of pass rushing moves and knows how to get to the QB.

EDGE Drake Jackson, USC

A big bodied defensive end who can kick inside and play three-tech. He has a lot of pass rushing moves and is a technical rusher.

DL DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M

A three-tech out of Oklahoma who’s a leader and can rush the passer. He was also MVP of the Senior Bowl.

DT Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma

Metchie is recovering from an injury but was a playmaker during his time at Alabama. He can play outside and slot and is a Nick Saban favorite.

WR John Metchie III, Alabama

The productive receiver from Purdue is a technician at route running. He’s a consistent stat producer and a leader.

WR David Bell, Purdue

The Wisconsin linebacker was a productive player in the middle of their defense. He’s a hard nose tackler and is very instinctive.

LB Leo Chenal, Wisconsin

The linebacker out of Wyoming is a smart, instinctive player who is around the football at all times.

LB Chad Muma, Wyoming

A long offensive tackle, the former foreign exchange student from Austria is a lineman who is best in a zone blocking scheme and pass blocking.

OT Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan

The hard-hitting linebacker out of Alabama is a hard nose tackler and leader. He’s a downhill attacking player.

LB Christian Harris, Alabama

A coverage safety out of Illinois, Joseph was a ballhawk last season with five interceptions is ready to help a team on the back end.

S Kerby Joseph, Illinois

The wide receiver from Clemson is a big body 50/50 ball receiver. His potential is high with a strong freshman year campaign, he was sidelined with injuries but back healthy and ready to showcase his talent.

WR Justyn Ross, Clemson