(670 The Score) The Bears added depth to their offensive line in the fifth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, selecting Missouri tackle Larry Borom with the 151st overall pick.
Borom was a three-year starter at Missouri who played left tackle, left guard and right tackle in college.
"I'm a mean, physical, dominant big person that's going to displace people off the line of scrimmage," Borom said of himself.
Borom the second offensive lineman selected by the Bears in this NFL Draft, as they took Oklahoma State tackle Teven Jenkins in the second round Friday.
The Bears acquired the fifth-round pick they used on Borom as part of their trade with the Panthers on Friday that led to them selecting Jenkins at No. 39 overall. Chicago dealt its second-rounder (No. 52), third-rounder and a sixth-round selection as part of the move.
The Bears have three selections remaining in this draft, all in the sixth round -- picks Nos. 208, 221 and 228.
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