Chicago Bears Seven-Round Mock Draft: Predicting who Ryan Pace selects

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196th Overall Pick: Cameron Clark, Offensive Line – Charlotte.

The Chicago Bears have been known to draft multi-dimensional offensive lineman before. I have them taking Cameron Clark, a guard who can also play tackle. With Alex Bars, Germain Ifedi, and Rashaad Coward, all having the ability to move from tackle to guard, the coach could focus on training a solid group of guys to play both. That should make training more convenient. Clarke is 6’4 308 pounds with 11″ hands. When he gets ahold of you, watch out.

233rd Overall Pick: Trevis Gibson, Edge – Tulsa

The Chicago Bears explore who is left on the big board and what positions should be attacked. After noticing that Trevis Gibson is still on the board, there is no reason to think twice. Compared to the Bears own Roy Robertson-Harris, Gibson stands at 6’3 261 pounds. I know the comparison to the massive Robertson-Harris is interesting.

It seems it is more about how Robertson-Harris plays. Gibson uses pure athleticism and size to destroy who lines up across from him. He is missing technical pass rush move and counter move ever, but with guys ahead of him like Khalil Mack and Robert Quinn, Gibson could learn a ton. You can’t teach strength and athletic ability, though.