The Chicago Bears break Ryan Pace’s habit in full 2022 NFL mock draft
Chicago Bears: Round 4: Pick No. 116 (via BAL)
If there’s one area to always improve in, it’s the offensive line. The Bears drafted Teven Jenkins in the second round last year to address their left tackle position. They found some potential value on the right side with fifth-round pick Larry Borom.
That being said, both players missed time due to injuries and COVID. The Bears can’t afford to not find some depth, especially with guard James Daniels set to hit free agency amongst other question marks within the interior offensive line
Using their extra selection from Baltimore, the Bears grab three-year starter, Rasheed Walker, from Penn State. An All-Big Ten third-team selection the past two years, Walker had a solid final season for the most part, before missing the last four games of Penn State’s year with an injury.
He’s athletic for his frame at 6’6″, 285 pounds, but he’ll need to do some work during the pre-draft process. Regardless, there’s plenty of positive to warrant him as a swing tackle for a Bears offensive line that could use some upgrades.