24. Jaylon Johnson
The Chicago Bears have a crisis at quarterback. Mitchell Trubisky will probably start as the incumbent, but we can expect to see both him and Nick Foles this season. However, they also had a desperate need for defensive secondary reinforcements. That’s why they drafted Johnson.
Johnson has a history of shoulder injuries which is why he was available in the second round. Despite most college football fans pegging him as a first-round prospect, not many teams were willing to take a chance on him. But the Bears believe he’ll be a huge help for the team.