Chicago Bears address offensive tackle early in 2021 mock draft

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Chicago Bears, Sage Surratt
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Round 3, Pick No. 84

84. SageSurratt. Pick Analysis. WR. Wake Forest. player. Scouting Report. 889

Another prospect I find myself time and time again selecting in the third round of NFL mock drafts is Sage Surratt. Surratt isn’t playing this year after opting out due to Covid-19, but his tape from 2019 is extremely impressive as he makes fellow teammate and draft prospect Jamie Newman look spectacular.


Great deep threat ability with solid speed. A solid combination of size, speed, and strength to be not only a deep threat but a great jump ball receiver as well. A large catch radius gives him the ability to catch nearly everything thrown just near him. Tracks the ball extremely well. Flies when he’s on the field. Outstanding route runner. Sticky hands, grabs the ball out of the air.


Opted out of the season. Not a lot of crazy weaknesses. Could be better at separation. Needs to improve his suddenness. Uses his size and strength to compensate for his weakness in lateral agility.

Team Fit:

As the year goes on, Anthony Miller continues to fall out of favor opening up the idea for a new third starting wide receiver if Robinson returns. If Robinson doesn’t return, even better for Surratt as he can be the alpha ‘X’ wide receiver of this Bears’ offense with his size, speed, and ability to win every ball thrown his way.