The three players analysts are mocking the most to the Chicago Bears at pick No. 9

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Analysts seem to like the idea of Broderick Jones to the Chicago Bears

I obviously did not go find every analyst's mock drafts. Instead, I took a look at the list Larry Mayer of the Bears compiled. He took a look at 10 mock drafts and then put a list together of which player each selected at nine. I took those 10 and broke it down into who was selected most often and put them in the opposite order of least to most.

What is interesting is that only four names were chosen. Bijan Robinson, running back out of Texas, was selected by Keith Sanchez of The Draft Network. I've already talked about why this would be a huge mistake and I don't believe Ryan Poles would ever make this move.

The player who showed up twice in these analyst mock drafts was offensive tackle prospect, Broderick Jones. Both Jordan Reid of ESPN and Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune think Jones makes sense for Ryan Poles.

They aren't completely wrong as Jones is an athletic tackle out of Georgia who would fit the scheme run by Luke Getsy. He has length and size, but the ability to move to the second level. He would be an immediate starter on the right side of the line and could potentially push Braxton Jones to the right side instead. How confusing would it be to have to B. Jones at the tackle spots?