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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. Georgia. . Amarius Mims. Amarius Mims. 56. OT. Amarius Mims. 24. player

If you ask Bengals fans, this offseason is all about building the trenches, which is why they go with the next-best offensive tackle at pick no. 24. It's Georgia's Amarius Mims. The health of Joe Burrow is of crucial importance at this point, and they have to continue doing whatever they can to bolster that line in front of him.

Kool-Aid McKinstry. 25. 49. Alabama. player. . CB. Kool-Aid McKinstry. . Kool-Aid McKinstry

The Green Bay Packers get immense value here, being able to pair a top cornerback next to Jaire Alexander. Alabama's Kool-Aid McKinstry may have the best name in the draft, but he's no joke. McKinstry comes in as a Day 1 starter next to Alexander, making life even more difficult on NFC North quarterbacks in the coming years.

Laiatu Latu. EDGE. player. 48. . UCLA. Laiatu Latu. Laiatu Latu. . 26

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have quietly sat back while a lot of movement and surprises have happened, but they're able to luck-out by getting maybe the best pure pass rusher in the class with UCLA's Laiatu Latu. He comes with major health concerns, but the guy is nasty. His mentality and physical style is second to none.