Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Full first round includes 7 total trades

Ryan Poles flexes his muscles in a wild first round.

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Keon Coleman. 30. . WR. player. . Florida State. Keon Coleman. Keon Coleman. 26

The Ravens saw plenty of wide receivers get drafted, but their hopes in finding a starter on the outside were not dashed. Alas, they come home with Florida State's Keon Coleman. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound Coleman comes to the Ravens as a big, strong and athletic presence. His athleticism is something to marvel at for a guy his size, and now Lamar Jackson finally has a true WR1.

Tyler Guyton. 42. . Tyler Guyton. Tyler Guyton. player. . OT. 31. Oklahoma

Another offensive tackle goes here, in a round dominated by three positions. The San Francisco 49ers find a long-term solution in Oklahoma's Tyler Guyton, pairing him on the edge with Trent Williams. Going forward, Brock Purdy is even happier.

. Ladd McConkey. 50. . WR. Georgia. Ladd McConkey. player. Ladd McConkey. 32

With the final pick in the first round, the Detroit Lions take Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey. Between he and Amon-Ra St. Brown, this offense has no shortage of quick-footed weapons who know how to get open. Jared Goff won't have to do a whole lot with these two knowing how to work the field and find openings.

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