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

Don't ever put it past Ryan Poles to make a deal.
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Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Rounding out the list of Round 2 prospects worth trading up for is a pair of pass rushers from Penn State. Adisa Isaac stands 6-foot-4, 247 pounds and comes into the league as an experienced leader; someone who was a team captain and easy to play alongside.

Isaac is fantastic in the pre-snap, recognizing a lot of what's going to happen before it unfolds. He's decisive in his movements and makes his home in the back field. Last year, he finished with 16 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks.

Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Across from isaac was Chop Robinson, another pass rusher who will hear his name called earlier rather than later in this year's draft. Here, we're talking about a pass rusher who weighed in at 254 pounds, yet ran a 4.48 in his 40-yard dash at the Combine. He has all the physical tools to succeed as a pass rusher in the NFL, but hasn't put up the monstrous production many believe he's capable of.

Still, some project him to go in the first round, with others thinking along the lines of a Day 2 guy. If he's there in the second round, don't be surprised if the Bears moved up because of such value.