Chicago Bears line up Top 30 visit with this superstar tight end

The Bears will have options with their second first-round pick.

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With it being widely believed that the Chicago Bears are settled on Caleb Williams with the first overall selection in the 2024 NFL Draft, the attention now turns to what the team will do with the ninth overall selection.

As it stands, the Bears only hold four selections in this year's draft after dealing away one of their two fourth-round picks for wide receiver Keenan Allen earlier this off-season. There is a sense that Ryan Poles may look to trade down with the team's second first-round pick in an effort to collect more selection during the later rounds.

However, the talent available once the Bears are on the clock at No. 9 may be too much for the team to pass up.

With the growing belief that four quarterbacks may be selected with the first four selections, assuming the Arizona Cardinals trade down with a team such as the Minnesota Vikings or New York Giants, the run on quarterbacks to start the draft may push down players such as tight end Brock Bowers, edge rusher Dallas Turner, and wide receiver Rome Odunze.

If either Odunze or Bowers are available, the Bears may be tempted to add to the soft landing spot that they've created for Williams.

At the very least, it would seem that the Bears doing their due diligence with Bowers. Bowers will be among the prospects that the Bears bring to Halas Hall for a Top 30 visit ahead of the draft next month.

Brock Bowers would be a great fit for the Chicago Bears' offense.

With Shane Waldron having a tendency for multi-tight end sets, Bowers would flourish in the Bears' offense. With Cole Kmet and Gerald Everett playing off the offensive line, Bowers would thrive in the slot as a quasi-receiver as he did with the Georgia Bulldogs.

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