The Chicago Bears must not reach for any of these quarterbacks

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The Chicago Bears should not consider Kyle Trask in the first round either

Shockingly, I have seen plenty of recent talk about how the Chicago Bears should consider drafting Kyle Trask at 20th overall. Prior to my deeper dive into draft prospects, I had Kyle Trask as my QB5. Now, after looking at other quarterbacks more carefully, Trask is my QB7. Yes, I have him over Mills and he honestly is very close to Kellen Mond who is my QB6. Remember though, they are all within my same tiers.

Trask is a proven quarterback. He has two strong years at Florida and really came on strong in 2020. Watching film, Trask does a solid job going through his progressions and moving within the pocket. His arm strength is not as good and that’s honestly why he is viewed as a lesser option by many. The thing is, his arm is strong enough to make most throws and sitting behind Andy Dalton in year one could be just what Trask needs to prove himself as a starter in 2022.

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Out of these three quarterbacks, Kyle Trask has the highest floor and honestly has the best chances of becoming a starter in the NFL. Kellen Mond has slightly more upside, but his floor is much lower too. The Chicago Bears should again, not make a poor decision by drafting any of these three with their pick at No. 20.