Ryan Pace concluded his first draft as Bears general manager by selecting three players on the final day who all possess strong traits and promising futures.
The Bears used their final pick in the 2015 NFL Draft to select TCU offensive tackle Olutayo Fabuluje with the 183rd overall choice in the sixth round.
After spending three of their first four picks on offense, the Bears bolstered their secondary by selecting Penn State safety Adrian Amos in the fifth round of the draft.
The Bears on Saturday selected Michigan State running back Jeremy Langford with the 106th pick in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Bears area scout Zach Truty stops by the PNC Studio at Halas Hall to break down the Bears sixth round pick, offensive tackle Tayo Fabuluje.
Bears assistant direct of college scouting Jeff Shiver stops by the PNC Studio at Halas Hall to break down the Bears fourth round pick, running back Jeremy Langford.
Bears Director of Player Personnel Josh Lucas stops by the PNC Studio at Halas Hall to break down the Bears first round pick, wide receiver Kevin White.
Wide receiver Kevin White sits down with Jeff Joniak at Halas Hall.