Chicago Bears find franchise quarterback in three-round 2021 mock draft

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Round 2, Pick No. 48

After locking up their quarterback of the future, the Bears go after their left tackle of the future. I have the Bears, oddly enough, doubling up on the FCS prospects grabbing another Bison in Dillon Randunz from North Dakota State.

In an incredibly deep offensive tackle class, it would be a shame if the Bears don’t select an offensive tackle with one of their top two picks. They need to replace one of their tackles next season if they want to compete immediately and want a new, young offensive tackle.

Randunz is a very well-rounded offensive tackle. He has great length standing at 6′ 6″ and he has athletic ability to pair with it. He’s very good at finding players to block in open space using his athletic ability. His experience will help him greatly at the next level as well as he has 32 starts to his name.

The one thing that will truly help him at the next level is his Football IQ. He’s very good at identifying defenses and what they are giving him. He knows exactly which defenders to pick up and which to pass by. He will be an immediate starter for the Chicago Bears at either tackle position.