Chicago Bears land the motherload in recent four-round mock draft

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Scouting Report. WR. Purdue. player. Pick Analysis. RondaleMoore. 48. 57

This one is a little strange, but the Chicago Bears grab another wide receiver

Remember, this is not my personal mock draft. I did not make these selections. I was originally a little confused by this pick here in the second round but after some time digesting it and watching more of Randale Moore’s film, I am now on board.

At first, I thought Moore and Randle would conflict too much in this offense, however, after watching his tape, Moore does not have the same streamlined speed as Mooney. He is fast, do not get me wrong, but I find him more twitchy than Mooney. Moore can take a quick bubble screen and turn it into a 10 to a 15-yard gain. He should be able to add an element to this Chicago Bears offense I feel is lacking — yards after the catch (YAC).

The only problem here is that with the re-signing of Tarik Cohen, that leaves three guys who are much smaller than I would like on offense. If the team loses out on Allen Robinson (could still franchise tag him), then the wide receiver group gets too small for my liking. I might have went with Amon-Ra St. Brown here instead, but I like the idea of going wide receiver here based on the quarterbacks who were already gone.

I would have liked to see Mac Jones here at 48th overall, but he went four picks earlier to the New England Patriots in this mock. That said, I really like who the Chicago Bears land in the third round and I currently have him slightly higher than Jones in my rankings (will change in December/January as we get closer to the NFL Combine/Draft).