NFL Draft Rumors: 6 players Bears could trade up for in second round

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Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Another wide receiver option for the Bears, in Round 2, might be Texas standout Adonai Mitchell, who comes in as one of two Longhorn receivers that could go early on in this year's draft. Mitchell stands 6-foot-2, 205 pounds and brings good size. But, he also ran a blazing 4.34 in his 40-yard dash at the Combine. He's a perfect combination of both size and speed at the wide receiver position.

Add in his nearly-40-inch vertical and some eye-popping ball skills, and Mitchell looks like a future star in this league. Possessing a ton of raw physical skills, it's going to be purely about perfecting his craft when it comes to route running and the other little things. Mitchell is undoubtedly a gifted athlete, and if he can polish his game a bit, he'll have a lengthy career in the NFL.

Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

The Bears very well could ride into the season with Braxton Jones at left tackle and the stalwart, Darnell Wright, on the right side. But, Jones is also in danger of being replaced, should the Bears find the right value. Arizona's Jordan Morgan could be one of the guys the Bears look to target in Round 2 and could come in and take Jones' job pretty quickly.