2020 NFL Draft: Twitter reacts to Bears selecting Kindle Vildor in the fifth round

Bryan Perez
NBC Sports Chicago

The Chicago Bears used their second fifth-round pick of the 2020 NFL Draft on Georgia Southern cornerback Kindle Vildor, who joins second-round selection Jaylon Johnson (Utah) as reinforcements for a secondary that desperately needed help.

Vildor, who missed time in 2019 with an ankle injury, finished the season with 27 tackles, two interceptions and six pass breakups. According to NFL Network's Lance Zierlein, Vildor "does a nice job of challenging throws effectively when he's in position thanks to his length and timing, but he'll need to improve his route recognition and anticipation as a pro."

Here's how Twitter reacted to the pick:

 

2020 NFL Draft: Twitter reacts to Bears selecting Kindle Vildor in the fifth round originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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