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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6. LSU. . WR. Malik Nabers. Malik Nabers. 57. . player. Malik. Nabers

Moving back to no. 6 wasn't that bad of an idea after all, was it? The Bears find themselves in a realistic position to draft the second-best receiver in the class, and a guy some have even ranked ahead of Harrison Jr. LSU's Malik Nabers comes to the Bears and will provide them someone with overwhelming athleticism, speed and explosiveness. He averaged well over 17 yards per reception last seasonon 89 receptions, while scoring 14 times. With Nabers and D.J. Moore, Justin Fields is set up for his best year yet.

Georgia. . Brock Bowers. Brock Bowers. Brock Bowers. 7. 35. . player. TE

At no. 7 overall, the Tennessee Titans give Will Levis one of the draft's best overall weapons and no. 1 tight end in Georgia's Brock Bowers. Some draft analysts will call Bowers a true offensive weapon, rather than labeling him as just a tight end. Because he can line up anywhere on the field and he runs routes like a wideout, Bowers is always a threat.

. player. QB. J.J. McCarthy. 44. J.J. McCarthy. J.J. McCarthy. Michigan. . 8

This is where the draft gets the most interesting, because the Bears hung onto Fields. Let's also assume the Minnesota Vikings re-sign Kirk Cousins. What do the Falcons do? They make J.J. McCarthy the fourth quarterback taken in the top eight picks. Although McCarthy wasn't asked to do too much in college, when he was put under pressure situations, the kid delivered. Atlanta now has their franchise quarterback.