After a slow first day that never materialized in a player for the Bears, they're coming fast and furious.
General manager Jerry Angelo just made the club's third selection, choosing Texas defensive end Henry Melton in the fourth round with the pick No. 105, the second choice the Bears received from Seattle for pick No. 49.
That means the Bears turned pick No. 49--which the Seahawks used to choose Oregon center Max Unger--into defensive tackle Jarron Gilbert and Melton.
He is a converted fullback who is still raw on defense Melton made four sacks last season and became a hotter prospect after his pro day. He's 6-3, 280 pounds, and the Bears will likely look to use him as a rush specialist right away. Lovie Smith is adding to his defense.