11. New Orleans Saints: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State
Here is another guy I thought the Bears would consider at No. 3, but alas I was wrong. Lattimore had some hamstring issues and actually had surgery on them. Finally healthy in 2016, he had a breakout season. He looks great on film and has all the right tools. He has great size and athleticism. He has great technique, too. If he can remain healthy, Lattimore will quickly become a top corner in the league.

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Author: Rob Schwarz

Rob has been playing fantasy football for 14 years. He has been playing daily fantasy on both FanDuel and DraftKings for the last three years. He has written articles for multiple websites, including daily fantasy articles that have been featured on FantasyPros. Rob plays daily fantasy all year and focuses on NFL, MLB and NBA. He focuses on cash games and believes in slow and steady production over dumping all of his bankroll into GPP tournaments in hopes to win big. This philosophy could stem from being a Bears fan where mediocrity is actually success. Although he works in the corporate world, Rob is a writer at heart. He thinks he is funnier than he actually is, and probably not as good looking either! He looks forward to helping everyone win big while he sits at home doing research and eating Ramen.