3 Big Ten players for Chicago Bears to look at in second roundVincent Pariseon April 28, 2022 at 4:00 pm

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The 2022 NFL Draft is upon us. It will be the first time that the Chicago Bears are run by new general manager Ryan Poles at the draft. When a new person is in charge, there is always added intrigue. We can only hope that he is the right person to get them going in the right direction.

One thing that is a handcuff to start his GM tenure is the fact that there is no first-round pick available to him in his first-ever draft. Former Bears’ GM Ryan Pace traded it to the New York Giants so they can move up and select Justin Fields as their quarterback.

We all have a lot of faith in Justin Fields so it isn’t something that is necessarily a bad thing at this point. Fields went to Ohio State University where he became a star quarterback prospect. The Bears were lucky enough to get him.

Speaking of Ohio State, they play in the Big Ten which is the most prominent NCAA Football conference in the midwest. It is the conference that is mostly in the backyard of the teams in the NFC/AFC North which makes things fun when those teams take players from it.

The Chicago Bears could consider a few players from the Big Ten conference.

The Chicago Bears have two picks in the second round where they are hoping to find players that can help them turn their franchise around in different ways. They might want to look to the Big Ten for that as there are plenty that may be able to help. These are three players to consider in the second round from that conference:

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