4 NFC North draft picks the Packers won't be happy to see
3. Tyler Scott, WR, Chicago Bears
Credit where it's due to the Chicago Bears. They have done an excellent job of rebuilding their wide receiver corps. Since November, the Bears have acquired D.J. Moore and Chase Claypool via trade. They also landed one of the steals of the draft with Cincinnati wide receiver Tyler Scott falling to the fourth round.
Scott is an explosive player with great speed. He is an excellent deep threat and will add plenty of big plays to the Bears' offense.
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote: "Scott is an ascending talent whose versatility and playmaking talent create an easily projectable upside as a good starting slot receiver early in his career."
Scott is an exciting prospect and the perfect complement to veterans Moore, Claypool, and Darnell Mooney.
He is coming off an excellent final season at Cincinnati. He made 54 catches for 899 yards and nine touchdowns, averaging an impressive 16.6 yards per reception. With Scott falling to the fourth round, the Bears got an absolute steal.
With game-changing speed and good route-running, the Bears have added a talented receiver who can help their offense immediately. And that's bad news for the Packers, who could have a hard time trying to stop him.