Well ya' see I don't see him as a high risk pick at all and I think I covered the size thing pretty well already. Have you read it? If you had you'd see that Geno Atkins is 6'1 and plays at 293lbs and looking at him I'd say that about right. Donald is 6'1" and 285-288lbs. So Atkins is only 5-8lbs heavier than Donald not 20lbs. It's very easy to see how you might have concerns when you base them on misinformation. The best pass rushing DTs in the last 30 years or so have all been 300lbs or less. Warren Sapp may have been the heaviest at 300lbs if he truly weighed that much early in his career. Most run in the 290-295lbs range. It's al about their quickness not their bulk. In fact too much bulk works against them as it eventually did with Sapp as he got older and heavier. Tommie Harris was 6'3" and 295lbs and Melton the same so these guys are roughly 5-10lbs more than Donald and who says he's maxed out? If he was 290lbs would that be any better. Stop looking at his size and look at the rest. He's one of the best pass rusher in this draft and he's a DT. You can't go by the weight teams list guys at. The usually do list them as much as 10lbs heavier than they play at unless they're a tub of lard in which case they do the opposite. I can give you three examples of current Bears linemen whose listed weights aren't accurate. McClellin was listed at 260lbs and says himself he was never over 250lbs when he played. He even had trouble keeping that much on. Paea is listed at 300lbs and yet he said in 2012 he was playing around 292lbs. Houston is the biggest lie of all. He's listed at 300lbs and says he played last year at 275-280lbs which sounds more like it looking at him. He also said that's where he plan to be playing at this year which pegs in as a DE not a full time DT. According to the prototypes of the day Mike Singletary at an even 6' and 230lbs when he came to the Bears seemed like a big risk for a MLB to be the heir apparent to the 6'3" 245lb Dick Butkus and yet they're both in the HOF. How about Zach Thomas? Another undersized MLB and London Fletcher. He's 5'9" and has been playing for 17 season weighing 225-230lbs. Size mean jack shit if the kid can play and he's already proven he can. He's beat the best he's come up against and I have no doubt he'll be a productive pro.