2016 Chicago Bears 7-Round Mock 1.0

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6th round – G Isaac Seumalo, Oregon St (6’4 | 310 | 5.14)

Versatile o-linemen who has played everywhere but left guard during his three years in Corvallis. Seumalo broke his foot at the end of the 2013 season and surgery complications kept him out for the entire 2014 campaign. Without the injury risk, Seumalo would probably be drafted a few rounds higher. He’s played all over the line, but guard is probably his ultimate destination in the NFL. The ability to slide over to center or outside to tackle boosts his value though, especially for the Bears who have questions at almost every spot on the line.

Seumalo is a powerful road-grader in the run game with good knee bend and surprisingly quick feet for his size in pass protection. He lacks the quickness to play left tackle but could be formidable on the right side or a potentially dominant starter at guard or center if Seumalo can stay healthy. His versatility and upside at guard is well worth the injury risk for the Bears this late in the draft.