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.

Chicago Bears, Ryan Poles
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Bears, Marvin Harrison Jr.
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The Chicago Bears draft Marvin Harrison, Jr.

My favorite player in the 2024 NFL Draft is coming to Chicago in this mock draft. Marvin Harrison, Jr. is the player I have been pounding the table for all season and will continue to do so all offseason. I have him in a tier of his own — above Caleb Williams, Drake Maye and Joe Alt (my next tier). Some want to put Malik Nabers in line with him. A few have been trying to say Nabers is better than him. That's just what happens at this time of year. People want to set themselves apart. It's kind of crazy.

Chad Reuter had this to say about Marvin Harrison, Jr.

"Harrison has room to grow at the next level, but his size/speed comination, body control and elusiveness with the ball in his hands are already tough for corners to handle."

Chad Reuter, NFL Draft Analyst

Marvin Harrison would be an amazing compliment to DJ Moore. Harrison coming to Chicago would allow him to take a secondary role behind Moore as he transitions into the NFL. It wouldn't take long for him to match or even leapfrog Moore in the WR1 category. Harrison is a great route runner who can catch nearly everything thrown in his direction. He is the closest to a generational talent as they come and adds a red zone threat that this Bears roster desperately needs.


In the third round, Reuter has the Chicago Bears taking tight end Theo Johnson out of Penn State. I like Johnson's receiving ability, but he isn't someone I would have considered in the third round. I'd much rather see Ben Sinnott, but Reuter had him going in the second round (63) to the 49ers.