Chicago Bears: Ideal targets with the first three picks of 2021 NFL Draft

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Pick Analysis. Dillon Radunz. 57. Scouting Report. OT. North Dakota State. 75. player

The Chicago Bears should double-down on offensive tackle in the second round

Now that the Chicago Bears have found their future left tackle in the first round, the team should turn its attention to the right side of the offensive line. The interior of the line is pretty solid with Sam Mustipher coming on strong late in the season. This allows James Daniels and Cody Whitehair to lock down the two guard spots. Even depth is solid with Alex Bars having the versatility to play both inside and out on the offensive line.

I selected Dillon Radunz here because I think he has late, first-round talent, but should still be available come the 52nd pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. However, should any of these other offensive tackles fall to the Bears, I would take them over Radunz.

I do not expect to see any of these guys available when the Chicago Bears pick in the second round. That said, if one should get close, I’d be willing to use a fifth or sixth-round pick (or a future pick) to move up. Eichenberg would be my top selection of these four, but again I’d be happy with any of the four depending on the means it takes to select one.