Chicago Bears: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
After the trade to move up and acquire Justin Fields in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears do not have a first-round pick.
That doesn’t mean they can’t still make a splash in the 2022 NFL Draft.
After moving up and getting a QB like that, new Chicago Bears GM Ryan Poles will undoubtedly be looking at ways he can properly support the team’s young quarterback.
The Bears have a speedster in Darnell Mooney who can be Poles’ new version of Tyreek Hill in the Bears’ offense, and they need a complementary receiver who can take pressure off of Mooney to help Fields out.
I think Bears fans would absolutely love Romeo Doubs among this year’s Senior Bowl receiver group.
Doubs is an outstanding vertical threat who was the primary benefactor of Carson Strong’s ascent in 2020-21. He caught more touchdown passes of 20-plus yards than anyone else in the Mountain West and he can bring that big-play ability to Sunday football.
At 6-foot-2, Doubs has plenty of size and with big, strong hands, he is capable of dominating at the catch point.
Support your young QB with a target like this who can make his life easier.