CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan
The Bears are fairly set in the secondary with Kyle Fuller, Prince Amukamara and Buster Skrine, but it's never a bad idea to continue to add to the position. One potential option for the Bears at the end of the third round is Central Michigan's Sean Bunting.
A physical press-cornerback who seems to be offended if the receiver gets off of the line of scrimmage, Bunting needs some work in zone coverage and could improve his tackling technique, but he’s one of the most physical corners to come into the NFL in some time.
Bunting is also a fantastic athlete, testing just below the 93rd percentile, according to 3sigmaathlete.com. At 6-0, 195 pounds, Bunting ran a 4.42 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine while jumping 41.5 inches in the vertical. He has the athletic profile to play on the outside and in the slot at a high level.
Given his size, athleticism and physicality, Bunting would be an excellent gamble for the Bears at pick No.87. Don’t be surprised if he turns into a starting cornerback in the NFL sooner rather than later.