Chicago Bears pull off franchise-altering deal in this 2024 Mock Draft

The Bears make their decision on Justin Fields.

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1. player. . Rome Odunze. 521. WR. . Rome Odunze. Rome Odunze.

Later on, with the Steelers' pick at no. 16, the Bears take a wide receiver to pair with D.J. Moore. Washington's Rome Odunze is 6-foot-3 and comes with a big, strong, long frame that's perfect for an outside receiver. He is truly that alpha type of body at the wide receiver position.

Odunze might have the biggest catch radius in this draft due to his length and his ability to control his body so well in the air. He's an expert contortionist, making some of the more difficult catches look easy.

The Bears may or may not move on from Darnell Mooney, but either way, they could use another top wide receiver option to pair with Moore. Giving Fields two upper echelon type of wideouts to work with will allow him for the most possible success he's had, yet, as a pro.

For a guy his size, Odunze possesses sneaky speed and acceleration. He has the straight-line speed you want for a deep threat, but pairs it with everything else he has to become a legitimate outside threat at every level of the field. This past season, Odunze caught 81 passes for 1,428 yards and 13 scores in a monstrous, final campaign.