Chicago Bears Mock Draft – 7 Rounds

Chicago Bears Mock Draft – 7 Rounds
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Here is a 7 round Chicago Bears mock draft for 2022.

All change in Chicago. Having added a new head coach in former Colts defensive co-ordinator Matt Eberflus, the Bears also sent Khalil Mack to the Los Angeles Chargers. Without a first round pick this year, this gives them two much needed picks in Round Two. 

Justin Fields is the cornerstone of this Chicago rebuild. The arrivals of Byron Pringle and Equanimious St. Brown will add depth to the receiver room. While fellow former Packer Lucas Patrick bolsters the offensive line. The Bears need to roll the dice in Las Vegas and help their quarterback and give Eberflus some prospects on defense.

Here is your Chicago Bears Mock Draft.

Round 2, No.39 overall – WR Skyy Moore, Western Michigan

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An excellent route-running slot receiver with 4.41 speed, Moore is the latest in the line of talented Broncos receivers, following Corey Davis and D’Wayne Eskridge out of Western Michigan.

Round 2, No.48 – T Abraham Lucas, Washington State

A 6’7”, 328lb tackle who started 40 games for the Cougars and didn’t allow a sack for the first 11 games of last season. Lucas can add consistency to an improving offensive line

Round 3: Pick 71 – WR Justyn Ross, Clemson

If Ross can match the impact of former Clemson team-mate Tee Higgins at Cincinnati, this would be a steal for the Bears in Round 3.

Round 5: Pick 148 – CB Cordale Flott, LSU

Flott can play as outside corner, in the slot and can also cover at safety. Low interception rate but strong tackler.

Round 5: Pick 150 – T Zach Tom, Wake Forest

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Listed as a tackle, Tom has played at guard and in 2019, made the all-ACC team in a year he lined up at center for the Demon Deacons. Impressive scores at the Combine pushed him up many teams’ draft boards.

Round 6: Pick 186 – S Sterling Weatherford, Miami (Ohio)

Unusually tall for a safety at 6’4”, Weatherford’s versatility and aggression will be a good fit for Chicago’s new defensive scheme under Matt Eberflus.


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