Bears 2024 NFL Mock Draft: 5 lethal prospect combos Chicago could use top picks on

Two top-5 picks could lead the Chicago Bears to a quick turnaround in 2024
Chicago Bears, Marvin Harrison Jr.
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Draft Combination No. 2: WR Marvin Harrison Jr. and EDGE Dallas Turner

There is an argument to be made that Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. is the best player in this entire draft, regardless of position. Harrison doesn't have anything not to like, to be frank. He is far and away the best wide receiver in this draft, and I'd even go out on a limb to say that he'll wind up being even better than his Hall of Fame father was.

Pairing Harrison Jr. with D.J. Moore and hopefully re-sigining Darnell Mooney would give the Bears a ridiculous trio of talented receivers, and using the no. 1 pick on Harrison would also mean the Bears were going to continue rolling with Fields. Think of the possibilities, so long as the Bears fired Matt Eberflus and brought in a more savvy, offensive-minded head coach.

At no. 5, then, the Bears could snag the draft's top edge rusher in Alabama's Dallas Turner. Already trading for Montez Sweat, the Bears could give him one heck of a running mate in Turner. The Crimson Tide product is an athletic, swift-acting pass rusher who reminds me a lot of former Bears edge rusher, Leonard Floyd, coming out of Georgia a few years back.

Between Turner and Sweat, the Bears' pass rusher position would look much different going into the 2024 campaign. Finally, they'd have a legitimate duo.