The Bears are too stupid to draft a QB. And even if they did, they would NOT Know how to PROPERLY DEVELOP him. Any QB drafted by the Bears will be RUINED. Plus their OL is horrible. They should draft the best OL available, then go after a QB in later rounds considering they still Cutty locked into that mega garbage contract for another 2 years. Laughing stock of the NFL, Bears are the NFC version of the Browns.
@DJR How do you know that? He could easily be just another change of pace / special teams type back. Can he carry an NFL LOAD at 199-205 pounds? NFL is not Stanford. Lets see what he runs at the combine and pro days. He looks like an overrated change of pace share the load type back to me. Would not be surprised if he runs a 4.5 at the combine, plus he does not break a lot of tackles either, which you HAVE to do in the NFL. This is where many GREAT COLLEGE backs dominate in college but fail in the NFL against guys that are bigger and faster than college LBS and Linemen.
Understands when to be a scorer and when to be a distributor
Strength helps him finish through contact
Chasing opponents off screens
Explosiveness at the rim
Creating for teammates
Will struggle guarding quicker, more athletic point guards
Summary: Taylor is arguably one of the best point guards in the college game as he has an amazing assist-to-turnover ratio. His biggest asset at the next level might be his ability in pick and roll situations. He has the chance to make a career out of being a solid backup point guard and could get late-first-round looks.
Player Comparison: Derek Fisher. Fisher is a physical point guard known more for his ability to lead a team and outside shooting rather his quickness or athleticism. Taylor is in the same mold as he is very crafty in knowing how to make the best out of his abilities.