The Chicago Bears made three selections on day two of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Chicago addressed their secondary by selecting Washington cornerback Kyler Gordon and Penn State safety Jaquan Brisker in the second round. The Bears then addressed the offense by drafting Tennessee wide receiver Velus Jones Jr in the third round.

The Bears still have numerous team needs to fill. And fortunately for general manager Ryan Poles, there’s still a lot of great talent available on day three of the draft.

Here are the 10 best players available for Chicago that would fill some key team needs.

(The Bears have two fifth round picks and a sixth round pick today, so they may have to trade up for some of these players.)

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Oct 22, 2021; Orlando, Florida, USA; Memphis Tigers wide receiver Calvin Austin III (4) runs the ball against UCF Knights defensive back Davonte Brown (7) during the first quarter at Bounce House. Mandatory Credit: Mike Watters-USA TODAY Sports
  1. Calvin Austin III — WR — Memphis
  2. Perrion Winfrey — DT — Oklahoma
  3. Daniel Faalele — OT — Minnesota
  4. Khalil Shakir — WR — Boise State
  5. Daniel Bellinger — TE — San Diego State
  6. Matthew Butler — DL — Tennessee
  7. Neil Farrell Jr — DL — LSU
  8. Darrin Kinnard — OG — Kentucky
  9. Zach Tom — OG — Wake Forest
  10. Kyle Philips — WR — UCLA

As you can likely discern from this list, I feel like the Bears would be wise to spend the rest of the draft looking for another wide receiver and addressing the offensive and defensive lines.

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