1. Justin Fields, Quarterback
Did we expect to see anyone else here? For all the turnovers that have unceremoniously been documented about one Justin Fields, there are flashes of the elite physical traits that made him a hot commodity at Ohio State. Also, when you mortgage the future to move up and draft him, he needs to take that next step.
Likely, Matt Nagy will not be coaching Justin Fields next season, and he may have a new coaching staff to guide him. But he is no stranger to adversity. After all, he proved in college that he could play. Just ask Georgia about sticking with Jake Fromm instead of him. The folks of Columbus were grateful, evidenced by a berth in the National Championship game. And, of course, who can forget the semi-final match against Clemson.
Fields is still a rookie and has a long way to go. But if he continues to grow and learn, not only will he take the next step, but he can be the franchise quarterback that Chicago had not seen since the days of Sid Luckman, when technology was merely a dream as opposed to reality.
It was never going to happen with Cade McNown, Rex Grossman, or even Mitchell Trubisky. It can happen with Fields. He can be the savior, and he can take the next step next season, provided he learns and grows.