Chicago Bears Mock Draft 3.0: Jalen Carter smoke picks up

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Chicago Bears, Parker Washington

Chicago Bears Round 5, Pick 136 Parker Washington, WR, Penn State

The Chicago Bears are sticking to the HITS principle with someone like Parker Washington. The best comparison for Washington would be a player like Jarvis Landry. He is not the fastest guy and does not press down the field, but he is a reliable possession slot.

Parker Washington is tough and is a hard-nosed blocker. He also scraps with the ball in his hands and earns every yard. Parker Washington can return punts as a rookie, which locks him onto the team. Beyond that, he is about four years younger than Velus Jones and could fill that role better.

Chicago Bears Round 5, Pick 148: Keondre Coburn, DL, Texas

The Chicago Bears continue to beef up the front. Coburn is more of a nose tackle than anything. He would step in behind Andrew Billings, and with Jalen Carter, and Justin Jones as the upfield pass rushers, they would have a good mix in their rotation.

Chicago Bears Round 7, Pick 218: Brayden Willis, TE, Oklahoma

Brayden Willis is really intriguing for the Chicago Bears because he can line up in the slot, in-line, and even as a full back in the backfield. He is mainly a blocker, but he can be used versatily, which is what the Bears want.

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Chicago Bears Round 7, Pick 258: MJ Anderson, EDGE, Iowa State

MJ Anderson is another player you can see that the Bears would like for the HITS principle. He hustles hard, and could play special teams.