Best offensive line options for the Bears in 2024 NFL Draft

If Chicago wants to attack the OL, these are their most realistic targets
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Round 3 & 4 targets

Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, C, Georgia

If Chicago wants to find a center that could become their starter in the next year or two, Georgia's Sedrick Van Pran-Granger would be a solid pick in Rounds 3 or 4. He's a little lighter, weighing 298 pounds, but played three years in one of the nation's best programs.

Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

Another interior lineman the Bears could get in either of these rounds, Dominick Puni has great size and brings much more in pass protection than he does in the run game. Maybe that's enough to pass on him, as the Bears are a run-first team and will continue to be so.

Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

Maybe the best Round 3 tackle prospect, Notre Dame's Blake Fisher is the "other" Irish tackle opposite Joe Alt. But, he's going to have a lengthy pro career as well, and could definitley give Braxton Jones a run for his money.