Emery Analysis from another site.
This was from a different site, but I thought it was really interesting.
Looking through some draft historues of Phil Emery with Atlanta and Kansas City where he was the director of scouting has thrown a few pretty common trends out at me.
The first is that he loves to draft WR's, DT's and CB's early on in the draft, specifically in the first two rounds. This changed his first couple of years in KC, but the second of that is more likely to be Pioli's doing (Jackson pick)
If you look from 2004-2007 drafts at the Falcons took the following players in the first two rounds;
DeAngelo Hall - 1st - CB - Virginia Tech
Michael Jenkins - 1st - WR - Ohio State
Roddy White - 1st - WR - UAB
Jonathan Babineaux - 2nd - DT - Iowa
Jimmy F. Williams - 2nd - CB - Virginia Tech
Jamaal Anderson - 1st - DE - Arkansas
Justin Blalock - 2nd - OG - Texas
Chris Houston - 2nd - CB - Arkansas
And then from 2008-2011 at KC.
Glenn Dorsey - DT - 1st - LSU
Brandon Albert - OT - 1st - Virginia
Brandon Flowers - CB - 2nd - Virginia Tech
Tyson Jackson - DE/DT - 1st - LSU
Eric Berry - S - 1st - Tennessee
Dexter McCluster - RB/WR - 2nd - Ole Miss
Javier Arenas - CB - 2nd - Alabama
Jonathan Baldwin - WR - 1st - Pittsburgh
Rodney Hudson - OG - 2nd - Florida State
Eight of his Seventeen first and second round picks have been WR's or CB's. Three more were DT's, three more were on the offensive line.
McCluster, Berry and Anderson are the exceptions to CB/WR/OL/DT.
Second is that he love to stay east, the ACC and SEC and favorites and the Big East, Big 10 and Big 12 are next.
Third, he love Virginia Tech corners, three drafted in the first two rounds. Expect Jayron Hosley on the Bears in 2012.
He tends to like size/speed receivers, Baldwin, White, and Jenkins are all bigger in frame, Jenkins and Baldwin are both 6-4 and White at 6-1 is the smallest, but was very thick at 207-212 depending on where you look.
Stephen Hill and Rueben Randle both fit the bigger receiver and ACC/SEC trends as well as taking an early round WR.
As of right now I think Hill/Hosley are going to be the first.second round pick combo for the Bears.