Chicago Bears Land 3 First-Round Picks in New 3 Round Mock Draft (with Trades)

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Third Round | Picks 83 - 100

No. 83) LAR selects Jaden Hicks - S, Washington State

The Rams need more playmakers in their secondary, and adding a player like Hicks, who can line up at either safety spot or in the slot, would go a long way in creating more turnovers.

No. 84) PIT selects T'Vondre Sweat - DT, Texas

The end of the third round may still be too high for Sweat, who was charged with a DWI just weeks ago, but under Mike Tomlin, the Steelers might be the best landing spot for a player who could use some maturing.

No. 85) CLE selects Jonah Ellis - EDGE, Utah

The Browns continue to invest in their defensive line by adding Ellis, a technically sound edge rusher who also brings value dropping back into coverage.

No. 86) HOU (via PHI) selects Jaylen Wright - RB, Tennessee

The Texans add another offensive weapon in Wright, a track star of a running back who makes plays both on the ground and through the air.

No. 87) DAL selects Jeremiah Trotter Jr - LB, Clemson

The Cowboys need a linebacker and Trotter remains an interesting option as a player who lacks elite physical traits but still produces at a high level.

No. 88) GB selects Curtis Jacobs - LB, Penn State

With linebackers flying off the board, the Packers find their own in Jacobs, a do-it-all player who should fit well into Green Bay's versatile front seven.

No. 89) TB selects Austin Booker - EDGE, Kansas

The Buccaneers need more talent rushing off the edge, and Booker's length and power match the profile of a pass-rush specialist.

No. 90) ARI (via HOU) Beaux Limmer - IOL, Arkansas

The Cardinals invested in the offensive tackle position during free agency but address the interior here with Limmer, who should be able to take over as the starting center fairly quickly.

No. 91) GB (via BUF) selects Devontez Walker - WR, North Carolina

The Packers do not necessarily need help at receiver, but Walker's upside might be too match to pass up on, especially when looking at some of his explosive testing numbers from the Combine.

No. 92) TB (via DET) selects Calen Bullock - S, Southern California

With Antoine Winfield currently on the franchise tag, the Buccaneers can add Bullock to either be the eventual starter or to serve as a compliment alongside Winfield in the secondary.

No. 93) BAL selects Blake Fisher - OT, Notre Dame

The Ravens did not get everything they wanted out of their tackles in 2023, but adding a potential right-side starter in Fisher would go a long way in protecting Lamar Jackson.

No. 94) SF selects Jermaine Burton - WR, Alabama

The 49ers here add Burton to serve as a true burner and general Swiss Army knife player who will be in favorable situations with the ball in his hands.

No. 95) KC selects Dominick Punit - IOL, Kansas

A local product for the Chiefs, Puni is a versatile option who would likely start his career as the first lineman off the bench but could develop into a solid starter, probably at the guard position.

No. 96) JAX selects Cade Stover - TE, Ohio State

A former defensive lineman and linebacker, Stover is an athletic tight end option who could fill out the Jaguars' offense while offering some physicality on special teams.

No. 97) CIN selects Andru Phillips - CB, Kentucky

The Bengals already have a strong secondary, but Phillips would be a much-needed depth piece who has the versatility and physicality to play all over the backend of the defense.

No. 98) JAX (via PHI through PIT) selects Mohamed Kamara - EDGE, Colorado State

The Jaguars pick up a unique edge rusher in Kamara, who lacks the prototypical size, but has a relentless motor that will get him into opposing backfields.

No. 99) LAR selects Mar'Keise Irving - RB, Oregon

The Rams have many quality offensive weapons, but Irving's explosiveness and ability to catch out of the backfield would bring a new dimension to the runningback rotation.

No. 100) WAS (via SF) selects Kitan Oladapo - S, Oregon State

With the final pick of this mock, the Commanders add a versatile and experienced defensive back in Oladapo, a player capable of covering over the top and stuffing the run in the box.