Bears coach Matt Eberflus has talked about the importance of finding a powerful three-technique defensive tackle since he took the job, but the team still isn’t sure whether it has what it needs.

As the Bears look toward the middle rounds of the draft, they could take another shot at that position, and Florida State’s Braden Fiske understands what they want.

Fiske had an impressive week at the Senior Bowl and spent most of that time working with former Bears assistant Justin Hinds, who left to become the Seahawks’ defensive-line coach last week.

“We talked a ton about playing three-technique and the Bears’ attack style and how it’s the way I play,” Fiske told the Sun-Times on Wednesday. “We had a lot of similarities in the way we saw that. I could definitely see a future in that defense.

“They’re a growing, young defense that flies around, and that’s a cool thing about them because that’s something I bring to my own game: I call myself one of the few sideline-to-sideline defensive tackles.”

Fiske, 24, is 6-4, 295 pounds and had six sacks last season after transferring from Western Michigan. ESPN ranked him the No. 6 defensive tackle in the draft.