News: Bears coach Marc Trestman said rookie receiver Marquess Wilson needs to put on some weight before being a regular part of the offense. "Hes 20 years old, so he has a lot of growing to do," Trestman told ESPN. "Being around here and getting involved in our weight program over the next few months is certainly going to help him as well. Hes going to get stronger. Hell get bigger and add more girth. And hell be around a place where hell be able to eat right."
Analysis: Wilson has growing to do off the field too. He had some major maturity issues, once leaving a practice in college and claiming he was abused by his head coach before recanting. Wilson is also 6-foot-3, can run a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash and had a prolific college career (189 catches for 3,207 yards and 23 touchdowns) in three seasons. Until it's clear he has a spot with the Bears, however, Fantasy owners shouldn't touch him except with a late-round pick in long-term formats.
News: The Bears' third-day draft picks include Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene, Georgia defensive end Cornelius Washington and Washington State receiver Marquess Wilson.
Analysis: All three of these guys are deep sleepers, with Greene the most likely to hit of the bunch. He was a hard-working linebacker at Rutgers, earning Big East Defensive Player of the Year over the last two years with 19 turnovers created in his collegiate career. Greene has excellent athleticism and should be a good weak-side linebacker eventually for the Bears. Washington isn't an explosive defensive end despite his combine numbers but does have a mean streak and has had some off-field problems. Wilson also has had some major maturity issues, once leaving a practice in college and claimed he was abused by his head coach before recanting, though he missed the team's final three games. But he is also 6-foot-3, can run a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash and had a prolific college career (189 catches for 3,207 yards and 23 touchdowns) in three seasons. None of these players are worth a look in seasonal play at this point but Greene is worth a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Washington and Wilson are worth late-round picks in dynasty/keeper leagues and rookie-only drafts.