Report Card: 2012 NFL Draft Grades, Chicago Bears Edition

The Chicago Bears reeled in two very talented players in the first two rounds.
They added some potential contributors in the third and fourth rounds.
Then finished off the final rounds with two cornerbacks, who can help lighten the losses of Corey Graham and Zackary Bowman.
Overall, the 2012 NFL Draft was pretty good for general manager Phil Emery and the Bears.
Here’s how the Chicago Bears picks graded out.
First Round (N0. 19)-DE, Shea McClellin, Boise State
McClellin is a fast defensive end, who is very versatile. He ran the second fastest 40-yard dash (4.63) at the NFL Combine. He has the chance to start this season opposite Julius Peppers. There has been rumblings already that he could be the future replacement for Brian Urlacher, when he decides to hang the cleats up for good. Many are saying McClellin would have been available in the second-round, but Minnesota and Green Bay were very high on

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