Chicago Bears trade star player in this 2021 seven-round mock draft

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873. DT. Texas A&M. BobbyBrown III. 5. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Round 6, Pick 200

The Bears could always use depth on the defensive line. Bringing in Bobby Brown would sure up that line with plenty of size. Brown comes in at 6’4 and 315 pounds. He is a natural run-stuffer with potential as a pass rusher. He is able to get through blocks and cause havoc in the middle of the offensive line.

His biggest weakness is his motor, especially when pass rushing. He also can get a bit sloppy in his technique. If he gets coached the right way, he could be a great depth piece on this defensive line. This line has depended on small name players contributing the last few years, so maybe Brown could be the next guy up.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. 15. 57. WR. South Dakota State. CadeJohnson. player

Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Round 6, Pick 218

The Chicago Bears could really use depth at receiver as it looks like the team could potentially lose three of their wideouts. Bringing in Cade Johnson in the sixth round is a steal for sure. His speed makes him an instant threat even in limited snaps. He has a small frame but is creative in how he uses his body.

Even though he is not in the FBS, he still deserves draft consideration. Many write him off due to his lack of size and a small catch radius. I like him because he has a high motor and also contributes a lot in the run game as a blocker. He also could be used in a hybrid role with his ability to evade tackles. He is not a molded wide receiver just yet, but he could become a good gadget player in this offense.

(No Picks in Round 7)

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This would be a successful draft for the Chicago Bears in my opinion. Coming out with two stud lineman, a quarterback, and a new receiver address the biggest positions of need for the Bears. Losing Kyle Fuller would be tough, but the draft capital that he would return could be just what the Bears need.