The Chicago Bulls aren't done making moves in what has been a fruitful offseason. After getting DeMar DeRozan, Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso, and Derrick Jones Jr., the Bulls also targeted Paul Millsap. But the veteran forward chose to sign with the Brooklyn Nets instead.

After missing out on the four-time All-Star, the Bulls aren't staying pat. The team is rumored to be targeting a younger forward, someone who's more in tune with the timeline of young stars Zach LaVine, Coby White, and Patrick Williams.

That guy is Jarred Vanderbilt. The athletic wingman, who had a decent campaign with the Minnesota Timberwolves last season, could find his way to the Windy City soon, according to various reports.

Via Heavy:

Former Minnesota Timberwolves forward Jarred Vanderbilt is still only 22 years old and he could potentially offer the Bulls’ second unit a shot of athleticism and defense at the power forward position. One Bulls analyst called Vanderbilt “the perfect free agent.”

Not a lot of notable free agents are left as teams have plucked them one by one. But in Vanderbilt, the Bulls could add another serviceable piece. His length and motor would be very valuable off the bench for the Bulls. Lauri Markkanen, while a gifted scorer, wasn't exactly a good defender and has a lot of other holes in his game. Vanderbilt could fill a role as depth at the 4, serving as Williams' reliever.

In his third year with the Timberwolves, Vanderbilt averaged career-high marks of 5.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, and a steal per game.