Senior writer Larry Mayer ranks the top 10 fifth-round draft picks in Bears history:
(10) Mark Anderson, defensive end (2006)
Anderson appeared in 66 games with 18 starts over five seasons with the Bears. He set a team rookie record with 12 sacks in 2006, helping the Bears reach the Super Bowl.
(9) Jerry Azumah, cornerback (1999)
Azumah appeared in 105 games with 49 starts over seven seasons with the Bears. He was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2003 when he led the NFL in kickoff returns.
*(8) Revie Sorey, guard (1975) *
A key member of the Bears offensive line during some of Walter Payton’s top seasons, Sorey played in 109 games with 77 starts over nine seasons in Chicago.
(7) Chris Villarrial, guard (1996)
Villarrial appeared in 116 games with 109 starts over eight seasons with the Bears. He started all 16 games in 2001 when the Bears won the NFC Central Division title.
(6) Justin Gage, receiver (2003)
Gage played four seasons with the Bears, catching 201 passes for 2,958 yards and 16 touchdowns while appearing in 49 games with 16 starts.
(5) Jordan Howard, running back (2016)
Howard rushed for 3,370 yards and 24 touchdowns over three seasons with the Bears. He was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2016 after setting a team rookie rushing record with 1,313 yards.
(4) Allan Ellis, cornerback (1973)
Ellis appeared in 94 games with 81 starts over seven seasons with the Bears. He recorded 24 interceptions, including a team-leading six in 1977.
(3) Willie Galimore, running back (1956)
Galimore rushed for 2,985 yards and 26 touchdowns on 670 carries and caught 87 passes for 1,201 yards and 10 TDs in 82 games over seven seasons with the Bears.
(2) Fred Williams, defensive tackle (1952)
Williams appeared in 168 games in 12 seasons with the Bears. He was voted to four Pro Bowls and was a key member of the 1963 NFL championship team.
(1) Stan Jones, guard (1953)
Jones played 12 seasons with the Bears and was voted to seven straight Pro Bowls. He was a member of the 1963 championship team and enshrined in the Hall of Fame in 1991.
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