This three-round mock draft has the Chicago Bears trading for two top prospects

Ryan Poles made it known that he wants to build through the draft. He doesn't sway from that declaration as the Chicago Bears land two top prospects thanks to a massive trade.

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The Chicago Bears trade Justin Fields to the Patriots

What's funny is that this trade scenario is one I played out over two weeks ago. Chad Reuter has the Commanders taking Jayden Daniels second overall. I'll be honest if that happens, I don't see why the Patriots would trade for Justin Fields. Maybe they make the mistake and trading for him early — as they should. If I am a team looking to trade for Fields, I'd want him on my roster before the end of March.

Reuter actually has the Bears receiving more in this trade than I did. I had the trade as a swap of first-round picks for Justin Fields. Reuter has the Bears also netting a 2024 fourth-round pick and a conditional 2025 pick. He states the trade would be similar to what the Jets sent for Aaron Rodgers last year. Honestly, I think that's a little steep knowing what Rodgers had accomplished in his career compared to Fields. However, age and money obviously come into play here.

New England Patriots Receive:
Justin Fields
1.09

Chicago Bears Receive:
1.03
3.103
2025 Conditional Draft Pick

Landing a third-round pick and a conditional pick next year would be fantastic. It could allow the Bears to move up into the second round (since they don't have a second-rounder) should they choose to pursue a player who may be falling. The best part about all of this though is who the Chicago Bears select with the third-overall pick.