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Chicago Bears Mock Draft

#1- Caleb Williams QB USC

After Trading away Justin Fields it becomes crystal clear who the Bears will be taking first overall. Caleb Williams might be a generational prospect at the most important spot in team sports and the Bears get him thanks to the Carolina Panthers.

#9- Rome Odunze WR Washington

The Bears pair Williams with a guy who has the makeup to become a true number-one wideout and could very easily become a top-15 wideout in only a year or two. Pair Odzune and Moore as the top two guys quickly are going to keep DCs up at night.

#43- Kamren Kinchens S Miami (FL)

Kinchens is an instant Eddie Jackson replacement and with how talented this secondary already is he isn't going to need to be a superstar right away and can grow similarly to former Miami Hurricanes teammate Tyrique Stevenson.

#75- Sedrick Van Pran C Georgia

Sedrick Van Pran is simply a value pick for the Bears at pick 75. They did pay Connor Williams over the offseason but due to the injury concerns getting a young player at center could be a smart move and if Van Pran plays lights out there isn't anything saying Williams can't slide into a guard spot either for injuries or better play.

#110- Dominick Puni G Kansas

#111- Blake Fisher OT Notre Dame

Puni and Fisher are both guys that are going to be great depth players. GM Ryan Poles being a former lineman will likely add a handful of players each year to make sure that his QB of the future will always have guys that can protect him up front even if injuries happen.

#123- Brenden Rice WR USC

Brenden Rice was one of the top weapons for new QB Caleb Williams and it will give him someone who he already trusts moving up to the pros while he gets the hang of things. While also adding more depth to the position.

#143- Zac Zinter G Michigan

Zak Zinter would have gone a lot higher up in the draft if it wasn't for a late-season injury. A player with starting potential at the guard spot while also continuing to add depth to the line. If the Bears lose Teven Jenkins to free agency next offseason expect Zinter to be a guy that fills that new role. However, Zinter won't play any snaps this upcoming season due to recovering from his injury.