Mocking first 48 picks with 2 Chicago Bears picks

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End of First Round

17. Los Angeles Chargers, Tyler Smith, OL, Tulsa

Tyler Smith is someone Chicago Bears fans want to draft but his upside is too great to see fall into round two.

18. Philadelphia, Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

The Eagles continue to get speed and athleticism on the outside.

19. New Orleans Saints, Kenny Pickett, QB, Pitt 

The Saints’ patience pays off and they end up with their top quarterback.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

The Steelers are desperate for a QB and in a fortunate scenario, the QB Mike Tomlin loves falls to him.

21. New England Patriots, LB, Quay Walker

Quay Walker compares favorably to Kyle Van Noy, and the Patriots could use him in that role.

22. Green Bay Packers, WR, Treylon Burks, Arkansas

We know the Packers made this trade because they want to go with a young wide receiver, and this is the top one on the board.

23. Arizona Cardinals, Zion Johnson, OL, Boston College

The top offensive guard on the board goes to a team that needs to protect Kyler Murray.

24. Dallas Cowboys, Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M

The Cowboys add an interior lineman who could play tackle in a typical Dallas decision.

25. Buffalo Bills, Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State 

A surprise to some, but the Bills realize that at some point they cannot outscore teams, and they have to have multiple dimensions to their offense.

26. Tennessee Titans, Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati 

Mike Vrabel gets good advice from an old buddy Luke Fickell, who coached Ridder in college.

27. Tampa Bay, Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida  

Todd Bowles has connections with the Elam family and coached the father of Kaiir back in the day.

28. Green Bay, Logan Hall, DL, Houston  

Chicago Bears are anxious about passing offensive needs for Logan Hall, who may be the best player available. Will the tone change ie he ends up in Green Bay?

29. Kansas City Chiefs Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC 

Jackson is one the youngest rushers in the draft and a perfect scheme fit for their wide front.

30. Kansas City Chiefs, Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

Of course, one of the two Chiefs picks will go to a wide receiver. With Jahan Dotson, Marquez Valdes-Scantinling. and JuJu Smith-Schuster they could feel better about the depth even without the top-end talent.

31. Cincinnati Bengals, Daxton Hill, CB, Michigan 

The Bengals get a Leon Hall clone from their old teams to replace Eli Apple.

32. Detroit Lions, Devin Llyod, LB, Utah

Most people see Lloyd going much higher, but now the Lions see a leader of their defense slip to them.