Chicago Bears Mock Draft: A trade with Miami leads to a top quarterback

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Chicago Bears, Stone Forsythe
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Florida. 133. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. OT. StoneForsythe. 57

Chicago Bears: Round 4, Pick No. 133 (via NO)

A common theme in my mock drafts is to always find a way back into the fourth round. The Bears are able to do so by exchanging two fifth-round picks with the New Orleans Saints.

The offensive tackle position is finally addressed here, with the team landing Stone Forsythe out of Florida. The team is likely going to roll out Charles Leno Jr and Germain Ifedi at tackles, so finding a solid backup with the potential to start is the goal here, and Forsythe is the best option at 133.

The son of former NFL offensive lineman Ray Forsythe, Stone is another prospect with experience at multiple positions, playing both left and right tackle for the Gators. He’s a threatening presence at 6-foot-8, 315 pounds.

He’s best suited for a pass-heavy offense, and who else loves to throw the ball more than Matt Nagy?