Bears select EDGE Dominique Robinson with 174th overall pick in NFL draft

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The Chicago Bears selected Miami (Ohio) edge rusher Dominique Robinson with the 174th overall pick in the 2022 NFL draft.

Here’s what NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein had to say about Robinson:

Wideout turned quarterback hunter with the bricks and mortar needed to build an impactful career as a 3-4 outside linebacker or 4-3 rush end. Robinson frequently flashes despite his relative inexperience at the position. He’s quick off the snap, using plus fluidity, athleticism and bend to trim the edge and assail the pocket. However, he needs additional moves and counters before he’s ready to beat pro tackles. He must get stronger and more technically sound in run support. Aligning as a stand-up rush linebacker might help expand his range as a playmaker in space. Robinson projects as an unpolished gem with a high ceiling and stable floor.

Zierlein went on to say that “Bears fans are going to love Dominique Robinson. I think he’s going to turn out to be one of the steals of this draft.”

It took the Bears over three hours to make their first selection on Day 3 of the draft after general manager Ryan Poles made several trades to turn three Day 3 picks into eight selections.

Chicago still has six picks left on Saturday, including three sixth-round picks (186th, 203rd and 207th) and three seventh-rounders (226th, 254th and 255th).

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