Bears rookie PFF grades from 2022 college season

The Chicago Bears added 10 new rookies to the roster during the 2023 NFL draft, including some impact players who could contribute immediately.

The Bears selected offensive tackle Darnell Wright in the first round before adding defensive tackles Gervon Dexter and Zacch Pickens and cornerback Tyrique Stevenson on Day 2. Chicago found great value on Day 3 with running back Roschon Johnson, wide receiver Tyler Scott, linebacker Noah Sewell, cornerback Terell Smith, defensive tackle Travis Bell and safety Kendall Williamson.

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Every single one of the Bears’ draft picks posted elite Relative Athletic Scores (RAS)2023 NFL draft: RAS scores for new Bears rookie class. But how did they grade out at Pro Football Focus during the 2022 college season?

Here’s a look:

OT Darnell Wright, Tennessee (Round 1, Pick 10)

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Grade: 70.5

DT Gervon Dexter, Florida (Round 2, Pick 53)

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Grade: 65.1

CB Tyrique Stevenson, Miami (Round 2, Pick 56)

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Grade: 76.6

DT Zacch Pickens, South Carolina (Round 3, Pick 64)

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Grade: 67.3

RB Roschon Johnson, Texas (Round 4, Pick 115)

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Grade: 82.0

WR Tyler Scott, Cincinnati (Round 4, Pick 133)

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Grade: 72.1

LB Noah Sewell, Oregon (Round 5, Pick 148)

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Grade: 71.4

CB Terell Smith, Minnesota (Round 5, Pick 165)

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Grade: 81.5

DT Travis Bell, Kennesaw State (Round 7, Pick 218)

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Grade: 82.5

S Kendall Williamson, Stanford (Round 7, Pick 258)

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Grade: 67.7

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