Chicago Bears Mock Draft 2.0: Post Free Agency

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Jenkins does not finish the Bears need for the offensive line. Ifedi and Wilkinson can be tackle and guard depth, and Alex Bars boost an interior as well. That means we still want tackle talent in this room.  Charles Leno will start for one more year, but the Bears need to start planning for life after Leno in 2022.

Jameis is raw and will need to put on weight, but has the foot speed and athleticism to hang with NFL edge rushers.

Nico Collins may be able to see the field early and replace Robinson late, but he does not help much for Antony Miller being a letdown. Cade Johnson is limited to the slot but has the quicks and shiftiness to get free underneath. He is not the athlete of Miller and does not have a wide catch radius, but when timing routes are needed, he will be on time.

. CB. Badgers . Rachad Wildgoose. 6. player. 809

Ryan Pace drafted Duke Shelley who is the starter in the slot on paper. Still, Shelley struggled last year and should not enter uncontested. Wildgoose has great instincts in coverage, but is undersized and will man the slot in the NFL.

We have written a draft profile on him, check it out.

840. . S. Gators . Shawn Davis. 7. player

Shawn Davis is going to fall because he is limited to being a box safety who struggles in coverage. Still, getting him near the line of scrimmage to lay a boom is what Chicago needs. Beyond that, his combination of speed and burst will get him into a competition for DeAndre Houston-Carson on special teams.