You have received already relevant advices:
Then stabilizer design and Bit-BHA design (stabilizers space out) are other IMPORTANT http: levers to consider.
Deep geothermal wells, through hard basement rock (granite, …) is generally very demanding on Bit BHA components. Rock is hard, ROP is slow, drilling vibrations (whirl) mitigation is challenging. Cycling fatigue do occur in these conditions, as well as abrasive wear on drilling component that may lead to extensive reaming needs prior resuming drilling.
Attached some hints from Fred Dupriest towards better BHA design, mitigating Bit-BHA vibrations (BHA proper stabilization is key).
I can also recommend ExxonMobil SPE-189649 paper on stabilizer selection guidelines.
6 5/8" FH mod [7” swallow] > 6 5/8 REG [5” swallow] [NC-61 – 5 ½”; 6 5/8” FH – 5” swallow].
External relief grooves > 5,500,000 cycles; API IF mod 393,000 cy; API IF 240,000 cycles.