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Full Seven Round 2024 Chicago Bears Mock Draft (2.0)

By Peter Andrisani (The Mock Draft Guy)


That’s right, we have circled back to the Chicago Bears yet again. The Bears hold two top-ten picks, including the number one overall pick. The Bears fanbase has been completely torn about what to do. Caleb Williams? Marvin Harrison Jr? Trade Down? I assessed all the scenarios, and here’s what I came up with, my UPDATED Seven Round 2024 Chicago Bears Mock Draft

The Chicago Bears Trade First Overall to The New England Patriots For Pick Three, 35, 68, 2025 First-Rounder, & 2025 Second-Rounder


#3- Marvin Harrison Jr. (WR) Ohio State


I mean, what can I say here that hasn’t been said about MHJ? I’m keeping Justin Fields, the first overall pick is too valuable to NOT trade. The Bears acquire a haul, and get the potentially best overall player in the draft class—a massive weapon for Justin Fields. 


#9- Laiatu Latu (EDGE) UCLA


What a monster pick for the Bears (Literally and figuratively). Latu is a potential Game-changing defensive player, with enough versatility to play on the edge, or even reduce inside to play 3-4 defensive end. The only reason why Latu might be on the board this long is his past Medical history at the University of Washington, which looks to be long behind him. The 6’5” 265-pound Latu would be a monumental upgrade along the Bears defensive line. 


#34- Jackson Powers-Johnson (OC) Oregon


This Mock is getting off to a cracking start. What JPJ lacks in overall starting experience, he makes up for with every other aspect of his game. The 6’3” 320-pounder is a nasty, physical, finishing blocker, with phenomenal overall athleticism. JPJ is one of those players that you draft, and you don’t worry about that position for the next Ten to Twelve years, he’s that good. 

#68- Kris Jenkins (DT) Michigan


The Bears got pretty good production from the interior of their defensive line. Andrew Billings and Justin Jones were key cogs, while Gervon Dexter and Zacch Pickens were really good rotational backups. I think Jenkins is a big upgrade over Billings in the middle, though. Jenkins is a great run defender who could also collapse the pocket and eat up multiple blocks every snap. 


#79- Cade Stover (TE) Ohio State


With Robert Tonyan and 6000-year-old Marcedes Lewis free agents, I think it’s time for the Bears to explore drafting a young, duel-threat tight end to play more 12 personnel with an actual receiving threat at the other tight end position. Stover is 6’4” 251 pounds, and reportedly can run in the low 4.5’s. Excellent speed for the position. While his blocking does need developing, he has all the physical tools. 


#110- Jaden Hicks (S) Washington State


 Hicks has incredible versatility and Size. At 6’3 212 Pounds, he can play that “MoneyBacker” type of role. The Bears have a stud safety in Jaquan Brisker, but Regardless, Safety is the weakest positional group in the secondary, and Hicks is a versatile playmaker. 


#122- Dwight McGlothern (CB) Arkansas


I know Ryan Poles invested heavily in the cornerback position last season, and it paid off big time. Which for me, is all the more reason to take advantage of the talent of this class on Day Three. McGlothern is a physically imposing corner (6’3” 195 Pounds) with great speed (4.49). He’s got great ball skills and comes with an SEC pedigree, sign me up. 


#142- LaDarius Henderson (OT) Michigan


Henderson is a player who made a name for himself throughout Michigan’s Natty run. The 6’4” 315-pound tackle has a bit of developing to do, but he’s a great run blocker and a player that I’d be very comfortable with as a swing tackle for now, with the chance to develop into something more.


#223- De’Corian Clark (WR) UTSA


If it wasn’t for Clark’s injury history, I think he would be in consideration for a Late Day Two selection. The UTSA Product has great size (6’3” 216 pounds), Ball-tracking ability, and overall speed (4.49). Clark is a vertical threat and a player that can be used in the red zone due to his size, and length.



 

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