Bears' head coach Matt Nagy told reporters that third-year WR Anthony Miller "might have had the best training camp of a lot of players on this team. He had an amazing training camp." (Adam Jahns on Twitter)
Miller is an interesting option towards the end of drafts this season as he should see an increase in targets after the Bears' released Taylor Gabriel in the offseason. The 25-year-old receiver got off to a slow start last year mainly due to injuries, but turned things around during the second half of the season, compiling 35 receptions on 55 targets for 438 yards and two touchdowns over the final seven games. From Week 12 on, Miller finished as the WR21 in PPR formats with Gabriel out of lineup and should see a ton of action behind Allen Robinson in the passing game heading into 2020. Nagy's praise combined with how Miller finished last season make him an excellent choice in the later rounds of drafts and if the Bears' can get any sort of competent play from their quarterback(s), Miller possesses top-30 upside at the WR position.