9. Shea McClellin, ILB Chicago Bears
Interior linebacker may not seem like much of a need with second round pick Benardrick McKinney starting alongside Brian Cushing. However, neither made enough game changing plays to justify passing on talent.
Shea McClellin was a first round selection by the Chicago Bears and is coming off his best season as a pro with 81 tackles. The Bears declined his fifth year option earlier in 2015, which means he will hit the open market.
What makes McClellin interesting is that he has lined up all over the field for the Bears and even if he is unable to unseat any starters, he could provide depth at several spots. After coming into the league out of Boise State, McClellin played defensive end, outside linebacker and finally inside linebacker for the Bears.
Despite having just 7.5 career sacks Shea could help as a pass rushing outside linebacker in a pinch, while providing solid play from the interior position as his main duty.
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