Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Chris Olave state their case for Bears drafting Marvin Harrison Jr. at No. 1

Everyone in the football world has an opinion on the ongoing discussion involving the Chicago Bears’ quarterback decision. That includes star players from around the NFL.

Last week at the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba and New Orleans Saints receiver Chris Olave shared their opinions on what Chicago should do with the No. 1 pick. You can probably guess that both of them advocated for the Bears to keep Justin Fields and draft receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. All of them went to Ohio State, so you know that they all believe in each other.

“I think that’s the best move for Chicago in my eyes,” Smith-Njigba said, via NBC Sports Chicago. “If you want a dynamic receiver, a dominant receiver right now, a person that’s on an island that’s going to catch every single ball, that’s going to move the chains, that’s going to score you touchdowns, that’s going to show people and be a leader, I say you go with Marvin Harrison.”

Harrison is most likely going to be the highest-drafted one out of all of them. He is an incredible young receiver who is going to be a superstar in the NFL.

Smith-Njigba and Olave are somewhat biased with their opinion coming from the same college, but they’re not necessarily wrong. Harrison is going to help an NFL team take a huge step offensively right when he gets there.

No matter what team Harrison ends up with, he is going to be must-see TV. We’ll see if the Bears are a team that ends up doing what they can to get him. If they ultimately decide to keep Fields instead of drafting quarterback Caleb Williams, perhaps Harrison would be in the cards.

Story originally appeared on Bears Wire