Chicago Bears with big trades mock draft version one

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BPA picks for Da Bears

#61 Jahmyr Gibbs, RB

Next one drafted:
Derrick Hall, Edge

The Chicago Bears shouldn't draft a running back early, you say? Sure, you might be correct, but there is no point in letting what could be the second-best RB in this draft slip any further down the board. Gibbs is too damn talented to ignore. I was right about Jonathon Taylor, and I know I am right about this kid. The question is, does Ryan Poles feel the same? At #61, you best believe he's grabbing him unless someone else (better) was on the board.

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#64 Jack Campbell, LB

Next five drafted:
Chris Smith, Saf
Keion White, Edge
Gervon Dexter, DL
Mekhi Garner, CB
John Michael Schmitz, C

I know what you are thinking about this draft selection. JMS is available, and the Bears need a center. I am not sold on the Bears liking Schmitz as much as the fans or PFF. Three more centers are better than him still on the board, and we will draft him shortly. Cambell might be seen as a luxury pick, but again, there is no need to waste talent because of "needs." Jack Sanborn is nice, but Campbell can potentially steal his job from day one.

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#89 A.T. Perry, WR

Next five drafted:
Henry To'o To'o, LB
Tyler Scott, WR
Daiyan Henley, LB
Luke Schoonmaker, TE
Dorian Williams, LB

Perry could be the Chicago Bear fan's version of JSN. I am not knocking JSN at all or saying Perry is as talented. However, he has some qualities that could allow him to thrive without the pressure to be a star or a first-round draft selection. Perry is smaller than he was listed in college, but he still has length and surprising speed. Think Allen Robinson but with more wiggle and hopefully less drama. Perry does need to work on his hands, but his route-running and leaping ability is very good.