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

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Could the Chicago Bears select Peter Skoronski?

With two analysts selecting Broderick Jones and one selecting Bijan Robinson, that leaves seven mock drafts left to consider. Peter Skoronski, offensive lineman out of Northwestern, was selected in three of the 10 mock drafts and is the second-most mocked player of this group.

Interesting wording was used by Larry Mayer when writing Peter Skoronski's position though. He has him listed as an offensive lineman and not a tackle, in the same way, Broderick Jones was listed. This is because many analysts view Skoronski as a guard rather than a tackle. Skoronski has an arm length under 33" and most teams prefer a minimum of 33" long arms on their tackles.

I am on record calling Skoronski a guard who could potentially play right tackle. In no way do I see him as a left tackle in the NFL. He struggles in too many areas to be able to consistently protect a quarterback's blindside. The three analysts who picked Skoronski for the Chicago Bears at nine were Will Brinson of CBS Sports, Bucky Brooks of, and Mike Tannenbaum of ESPN. Personally, seeing Tannenbaum selecting Skoronski to the Bears makes it very unlikely. It should also be noted that only Bucky Brooks calls Skoronski a tackle in his reasoning for the pick.