The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace continue to have quite the interesting draft.
While they might not have the most picks in the draft, they're definitely making the most of the ones they do have.
The big trade that saw them land young superstar quarterback Justin Fields in the first round was followed by a nice day two pick with Teven Jenkins an offensive tackle out of Oklahoma State in the second round.
Having to wait awhile to pick again, Pace just added another possible key piece to the trenches when he drafted Larry Borom in the fifth round.
The offensive tackle from Missouri was considered a possible third or fourth round pick but fell because of conditioning issues. If he can get things rolling he will more than likely be able to make an impact.
More details to come.
#Bears select OT Larry Borom
— Zack Pearson (@Zack_Pearson) May 1, 2021