- Chicago selected Borom from Missouri with the 151st pick in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft
- Borom is the ninth offensive lineman drafted by Pace since 2015 and the fourth in the past two years after selecting Arlington Hambright and Lachavious Simmons in the seventh round last season
A 6-5, 332-pounder, Borom started 19 of 20 games his final two seasons for the Tigers. A 2020 All-SEC Second Team selection, he started all eight games in which he played in 2020 at right tackle, helping the Tigers rush for 135.2 yards per game and 21 touchdowns in 2020. Borom also had the lowest QB pressure percentage (0%) last season among FBS offensive tackles according to Pro Football Focus.
Awards (courtesy of Missouri media relations):
- 2020 All-SEC Second Team (PFF)
- 2020 All-SEC Third Team (Phil Steele)
- 2020 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2018 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
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