Chicago Bears with big trades mock draft version one

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Late round Bear picks

#160 Jakorian Bennett, CB

Next five drafted:
Kei'Trel Clark, CB
D.J. Dale, DL
D.J. Johnson, Edge
Kayshon Boutte, WR
Sean Tucker, RB

Everybody is dreaming about Bennetts's teammate, and they should be. With the Bears having Maryland's old coach, I find it hard to believe there won't be a Terrapin on this team come training camp. Bennett is a project, but he comes with the athleticism every corner wishes they had. Don't get it twisted, he's not awful, but he has some things to work on as a defensive back. While we are here, let's talk about Kayshon Boutte. Boutte is un-draftable. He has a terrible drop rate and off-the-field issues like crazy. People talk like he is going to be the steal of the draft, like Chris Carter. Anywho, Next.

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#169 Zacch Pickens, DL

Next three drafted:
Ryan Hayes, OT
Jarren Hall, QB
Carter Warren, OT

Getting this late in the draft concerns athletes and small school standouts. I fully expect some of these draft picks to be players from small schools I haven't studied. Did you anticipate Braxton Jones or Ja'tyre Carter? Pickens was asked to two-gap in South Carolina. He has the body, speed, and strength profile of a 3T. The Chicago Bears could use multiple 3T's. If they draft one early as I did, there is no reason not to grab another one. Ideally, the defensive coordinator would want to rotate these guys as much as possible. Also, imagine having two at the same time during passing downs. If Pickens reached his potential, the Bears could rush him from the nose. That could get interesting quickly since he almost has the weight behind him to do it.