I dont think it is time for the bears to draft a QB. They simply dont have a supporting class to help a rookie QB. This Has to be a best available draft. I would prefer someone like Myles Garrett. Adding Garrett (best defensive prospect since Clowney) would take some pressure off the offense. If absolutely necessary, draft a Qb that falls to the 2nd or 3rd, but I dont get starting qb vibes from Kizer, Watson, or Kaaya. Improve the defense, evaluate the entire roster, and if they end up terribe again next year (which is likely) draft Rosen.
The order of these teams cracks me up. Say Chuck, have you seen Green Bay play this year? On the flip side, have you seen Denver or Minnesota play? Try changing up your draft order to how the teams are currently playing, it will change your drafts more from week to week, instead of looking the same.
Yet again, I will follow Walt's lead for this draft order outside the fact that the Bears land the top pick over the 49ers or Browns, I have more faith in Cutler running into wins before I do with Kessler or Gabbert. Also, there are still some players not in the system such as the Illini DEs, Justin Evans and Malik Hooker at safety. Until they are in I will mock without them.
Too often settles for jump shots rather than trying to attack basket
Taking defenders off the dribble
Creating his own shot
Summary: Due to his athleticism, ability to shoot the rock and ideal size for an NBA shooting guard, Ross is a late lottery prospect. This is first year of being a go-to player at Washington after coming off the bench last season, so there is still plenty of room for Ross to grow his game.
Player Comparison: Nick Young. Young is nothing more than a scorer in the NBA who really doesn't contribute in many other areas of the game. Ross has the potential to be a more well-rounded player but makes his biggest impact at Washington scoring the basketball. Both guys are capable of stroking it from deep, but Young is more dangerous off the bounce than Ross.