Ranking the best positions for the Chicago Bears in second round

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Plenty of depth left at the interior lineman position for the Chicago Bears

Outside of a few key names atop these positional groups, the Chicago Bears look to be in a good position to move back. Interior offensive linemen are where I would look to next. There are some very solid names left. This makes me think that if Ryan Poles really wants to target an interior offensive lineman, then he could easily trade back.

Sean Rhyan would be a solid addition to the Chicago Bears. He’d plugin and start at right guard if he was selected. So could Jamaree Salyer out of Georgia. Both of these guys could play in the Luke Getsy, outside zone running scheme.

Cole Strange went in the first round, which is crazy. The Patriots wasted no time drafting the prospect I had as a late second, early third-round offensive guard. This goes to show you that teams have their own thought processes. With Strange off the board, it still leaves plenty of other talents to choose from.

Dylan Parham out of Memphis is a guy to consider. Darian Kinnard and Ed Ingram are others. Cam Jurgens projects more as a center, but there’s no reason I would not consider him if I was Ryan Poles. As you can see, there are plenty of names left and the Chicago Bears have plenty of options.

Buckle up and enjoy the next couple of hours! Hopefully, we don’t see any crazy picks like an Adam Shaheen.