Daniel Jeremiah had him ranked as the 5th best prospect prior to the procedure.Back problems likely reoccur. There are healthy O-line and WRs in this draft. Why take an injury risk? If he was an injury risk, I want someone who was a top 5-10 pick. Not a top 15.
Then let good teams like TB, GB, Then take a chance on him. They have take a hit if Farley can’t play. Bears can’t afford for 1st to fail again. They need players right away and contribute.Daniel Jeremiah had him ranked as the 5th best prospect prior to the procedure.
That's how it played out for another CB named Jaylon Johnson.... Farley's agent was talking about him being ready for camp because the procedure was outpatient, but chatter around the league is he may fall into the 2nd. That's how it played out with Jaylon Smith and the Cowboys.
Not sure if he's the right choice but in this instance, re-signing them would be 2 years apart.With Brad Biggs' mock having us taking Farley at 20 it's a concern. Without the injury risk he is a top 15 talent. Don't like drafting higher pick CBs in back to back drafts. Makes resigning them more difficult. Rather draft a WR or OT in round 1.