Chicago Bears Draft: Will Ryan Pace do the unthinkable?

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What Players would the Chicago Bears be interested in?

The question of the day is, who would Ryan Pace trade up to acquire?. He has been known to sign a player in free agency of value and trade up for that same position. That was also while he was in the building process. Recently we have seen him trade up for players of want and need. So looking at the old Ryan Pace, we could see edge, off-ball linebacker, tight end, or quarterback. New Ryan Pace would look at open positions like Guard, Saftey, or Corner.

So very doubtful players that could fall would be Isaiah Simmons, Xavier Mckinney, Tua Tagovailoa, and Justin Herbert. Some players that could be around to draft could be of Grant Delpit, Kristian Fulton, CJ Henderson, Kenneth Murray, K’Lavon Chaisson, Jonah Jackson, Cesar Ruiz, and Josh Jones.

I don’t see any tight ends that are worth a first-round draft slot unless Chase Claypool was playing tight end. I didn’t list any tackles since that didn’t fit the criteria except for Josh Jones, who could play Guard. If players like Mekhi Becton or Tristan Wirfs fell, I wouldn’t hold it passed Ryan Pace to have already contacted both players ahead of time and kept it under the radar.

What do you think? Would you like to say Ryan Pace be like himself if it was for the offensive line? All of the offensive tackles who have made the hall of fame from the Chicago Bears were first-round selections. What if Ryan Pace did a Green Bay Packers and trades up into the first round, only to trade back and acquire more draft picks.

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If Ryan Pace traded up for the value 875, he could then trade again and stay in the first round and then trade out of the first round altogether. Example. Trade from 19 to 31. That would give him 275 points. Then trade back again to 40. That would give him another 300 points. Now he would have the 40th overall selection and an additional 575 points, which is equal to the 33rd overall pick or tree third-round selections. The limits would be endless with the correct partner.