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Nov 9, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Panthers defensive lineman Aaron Donald (97) reacts after defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Heinz Field. PITT won 28-21. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

As April comes to a close, the interwebs have Mock Draft Fever.  Everyone and their brother has a mock draft.  Walter Football has a complete database of mock drafts, so I decided to peruse the recent mocks and see who the draft experts have the Bears tabbed as taking.

I reviewed no less than 50 mock drafts and there is clearly a consensus selection, defensive tackle Aaron Donald from Pitt.  He was selected in nearly half of the mocks I reviewed.  Here’s a full breakdown:

Aaron Donald, DT, Pitt – selected in 21 mocks

Calvin Pryon, S, Louisville – selected in 6 mocks

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama – selected in 6 mocks

Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State – selected in 5 mocks

Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State – selected in 4 mocks

Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State – selected in 2 mocks

Stephen Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame – selected in 1 mock

Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame – selected in 1 mock

CJ Mosley, ILB, Alabama – selected in 1 mock

Ra’Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota – selected in 1 mock

Jimmy Ward, S, Northern Illinois – selected in 1 mock (after trade)

Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech – selected in 1 mock 

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  • Nick Garren

    to move out of #14 there better be a massive haul of picks. a move down that nets Bucannon from washington st would be great. But if they move down, i hoping it’s not for Nix..Guy is a turnstyle. Bama ran all over him.

  • Brian

    I think that Donald will be gone before the bears pick at 14. The Giants have a clear need on the DL and I think that the cowboys are off the Donald bandwagon… I see them trading up to grab a DE since getting rid of Ware… I’ve also seen talks of the Lions trying to get rid of Suh and his Salary cap number, so they may take him with the #10 pick… All in all, I believe the bears will try to trade back in the first round, but I think it’s quite possible that they trade back to the late teens, early 20s and hope that CJ Mosley is still there… Nobody is expecting us to take a LB early, and with our aging core of LB’s he would be a great pick and surprise alot. If we did take a CB, I’d prefer Fuller with a later pick rather than the couple you can get at 14… And we may be able to get either Ward or Buchannon in the 2nd if we trade up in the 2nd by adding a pick we gained from sliding back in the first… But everyone knows this is Emery and he’s as unpredictable as they come… It should be exciting regardless… Go Bears!