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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LSU. Jayden Daniels. Jayden Daniels. . 3. 47. . player. QB. Jayden Daniels

This isn't Bill Belichick's New England Patriots, folks. The Pats don't overthink this one. They don't go with some wild, unexpected name at no. 3. Instead, they go after their biggest question mark and address quarterback, selecting LSU's Jayden Daniels.

Mac Jones clearly isn't the long-term answer, and neither is Bailey Zappe. The Heisman winner comes in as the clear-cut, Day 1 starter and brings something to the Patriots that they have never really had: a dual-threat quarterback. Having compiled nearly 5,000 yards from scrimmage and 50 touchdowns, all while against SEC competition, Daniels looks ready.

Marvin Harrison Jr.. Ohio State. Marvin Harrison Jr.. . . 4. WR. Marvin Harrison Jr.. player. 32

At no. 4 overall, the Cardinals also do not overthink this one. They've already committed to Kyler Murray as their franchise quarterback. So, what better way to build around Murray than by giving him the draft's no. 1 wide receiver and son of a Hall of Fame wideout, Marvin Harrison Jr. The 6-foot-4 Harrison is as well-rounded a receiver prospect as I have seen in a decade and immediately makes this Cardinals offense fun again.

. Notre Dame. player. Joe Alt. OT. 13. Joe Alt. Joe Alt. 5.

With Jim Harbaugh in L.A., now, he's going to focus on building that team around Justin Herbert and giving him everything he deserves. While some might think Harbaugh should go after an offensive weapon, he's still a bit old school and wants to ensure Herbert survives this season and beyond. Therefore, the Chargers go with arguably the draft's best offensive tackle in Joe Alt. The 6-foot-8 Alt is an athletic, strong and NFL-ready tackle who will anchor this line for the next decade.