Ben Sinnott TE fourth round and more
These next three draft picks some people might not like, and like any mock draft, will likely change. The Kansas State tight end Ben Sinnott was the pick at #129. Sinnott is the best blocking tight end in this draft class. Many could care less about a block-first tight end in the fourth round. Cole Kmet will be the main interior weapon for the next few years. Sinnott would see the field quickly with his instincts and ability. Also, Sinnott should show that he is more athletic than Kmet, faster, and a better blocker rookie for a rookie. Sinnott would be the perfect complement.
Ryan Poles then drafts two rookie receivers with a ton of upside as pass catchers. If Poles does pass on the receiver early, it will be okay. This class is deep. I had the chance to grab one of my favorite route runners in this class, Ricky Pearsall, but I think he will be gone long before, so I passed on him. Poles sticks with his theory in drafting hometown heroes and drafts Isaiah Williams (pick #146). DJ Moore is the focal point, along with Cole Kmet. Having another guy who could become a number one-styled player would be cool, but they wouldn't need it if they got the right players.
How would I know? The Green Bay Packers did it. The other player at #148 is Luke McCaffery. Who would want to avoid having a McCaffery on their team? Both these players provide the opposite of what Tyler Scott and Velus Jones bring to the table.
The ability to catch the ball, run every route, and separate from man coverage. Many would ask, isn't that DJ Moore? Yes, but they are in three different sizes. McCaffrey brings the length at 6'2", Moore at 5'11", and Williams at 5'10". I am not saying the Chicago Bears shouldn't become more traditional, but why not have three guys specializing in route running that can attack from any position on the field? Oh, and they are all three willing blockers. It's another Ryan Poles special.