Full Chicago Bears mock draft with trades before the real fun begins next week.
The Chicago Bears and the entire NFL will be in the single-digit amount of days left before the first-ever digital NFL Draft will be commenced. Hopefully, this is the only time we will have to go through this type of event. This will be the hardest mock draft I have ever guessed during the Ryan Pace era due to the limited amount of leaks.
There were 254 players drafted in the 2019 NFL draft. The Chicago Bears big board probably consists of a little less than that amount of players. Typically we can see 30 players that can have their private visit with each team, which narrows the gap. The list I have consists of the following players:
Denzel Mims, Isaiah Wright, Joe Reed, Jauan Jennings, Binjimen Victor, Van Jefferson, Gabriel Davis.
Saahdiq Charles, Josh Jones, Ben Bartch.
Damien Lewis, Matt Hennessy, Logan Stenberg, Charlie Heck, Dallas Warmack, Cesar Ruiz.
Jake Fromm, James Morgan.
Adam Trautman, Brycen Hopkins, Jared Pinkney.
Darius Anderson, Dre Brown, Jason Huntley.
Curtis Weaver, Trevis Gipson, Bradlee Anae, Kenny Willekes, K’Lavon Chaisson, Jonathan Greenard, Jabari Zuniga, Yetur Gross-Matos, Curtis Weaver.
Marlon Davidson, Darrion Daniels, Raequan Williams, James Lynch.
Kristian Fulton, AJ Green, Troy Pride, Lamar Jackson, Cameron Dantzler.
Antoine Winfield Jr, Marshe Terry, Jeremy Chinn, Antonie Brooks Jr, Brandon Jones, Rodney Clemons, Jeremiah Dinson, Geno Stone.
Davion Taylor, Michael Pinckney, Logan Wilson, AkeemDavis-Gaither.
Usually, I would have a list of around 75 players or more instead of a little over 50. Historically there have been at least three to four players on my roster that have been drafted by the Chicago Bears under Ryan Pace. We can’t ever get them all, but it is close.
However, something that can be predicted is that Pace will target the group that has the largest number of scouted players at some point. Ryan Pace has also drafted a runningback in every draft but one despite how many players he scouts. Using the Fanspeak.com Mock draft simulator, let us get into it.