Chicago Bears with big trades mock draft version one

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Big school prospects for the Bears

#103 Jordan Battle, Saf

Next five drafted:
Keondre Coburn, DL
Steve Avila, IOL
Sydney Brown, Saf
Ronnie Hickman, Saf
Zach Charbonnet, RB

Battle would be a direct replacement for Eddie Jackson when he regresses. I don't wish that to happen to him ever, but it will happen eventually. Jackson hasn't been "that guy" in a long time. Last season he found his hands on some balls, but it still doesn't seem like the safety teams fear to throw against. Battle wouldn't become Jackson as a ball hawk, but he would tackle better as a deep safety. He was picked as a captain in Alabama for a reason—another true football player over being an athlete playing football. The trend continues.

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#128 Luke Wypler, C

Next five drafted:
Anthony Johnson, CB
Clayton Tune, QB
Jordan McFadden, IOL
Parker Washington, WR
Israel Abanikanda

The Chicago Bears finally get their center prospect. Wypler is better than John Michael Schmitz and Joe Tippmann. If you want to call me biased, then go for it. The tape doesn't lie, as Draft doctor Phil would say. He is faster and stronger than the others. I try my best not to talk up Ohio State produces players, but he and Dawand Jones need to get more love. I shouldn't wish that so they could both become Bears. Anywho, Wypler plays in space like the rest of them. Wypler doesn't have the "flash" that got Teven Jenkins (and JMS this draft) a lot of hype. Wypler is a stud, I promise you.