Grading the Bears draft

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Grading the NFL draft moments afterward is always a speculative and dicing proposition. To be fair to teams, evaluators, and the players themselves, one must allow some time and perspective to fully assess. That said, it’s fun to discuss and give opinions, so without further adieu, let’s review the Chicago Bears draft:

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Round 1, Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State…A surprise pick, the hard-working and fast-rising McClellin will be asked to contribute immediately at a position he hasn’t played fulltime. Though he’s added 12-14 pounds since the draft, the concern is McClellin will be engulfed by offensive tackles and unable to handle the double-team block. He possesses a nice first step, but not an elite. Grade: B-

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