Chicago Bears Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds

Chicago Bears Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds
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Here is a 7 round Chicago Bears mock draft for 2023.

Using our mock draft simulator, here are the players who could be in play for the Chicago Bears in the 2023 NFL Draft.

Even though this does not include trades it does give an indication as to who may be available when the Bearss pick.

Here is your Chicago Bears Mock Draft

Round 1: Pick 9 – Jalen Carter – DL – Georgia

Jalen Carter is one of the best players in the draft. If Chicago believes his off-the-field issues can be resolved, they will land a top-5 talent at pick number 9.

Round 2: Pick 53 – Drew Sanders – LB – Arkansas

One of the best linebackers in the draft may fall to Chicago in round 2. A three-down linebacker that could be an immediate starter for the Bears.

Round 2: Pick 61 – Rashee Rice – WR – SMU

Chicago really added to their receiver room with the addition of DJ Moore. But Rashee Rice being on the board here seemed too good value to pass up on.

Round 3: Pick 64 – Tuli Tuipulotu – DL – USC

Tuipulotu can be a fluid player on the defensive line. The Bears could line him up on the interior or the edge.

Round 4: Pick 103 – Luke Wypler – OG – Ohio State

Wypler is an experienced Center. He started for the Buckeyes in each of the last 26 games for the program. Good value on the interior line in the fourth for Chicago.

Round 4: Pick 133 – Zach Evans – RB – Ole Miss

Zach Evans is a physical runner who could earn the starting job at tailback for the Bears. He is a thumper with good burst downfield when he needs it.

Round 5: Pick 136 – Brenton Cox Jr – Edge – Florida

Brenton Cox has a lot of potential. He has the traits to be a three-down edge rusher in the NFL but needs to be with the right coaches, Chicago will think they have the right guys to make that happen.

Round 5: Pick 148 – Kobie Turner – DL – Wake Forrest

Turner was a standout player at the East-West shrine bowl. He is a project player. But he started as a walk-on at FCS program Richmond before transferring to Wake Forrest. So, there’s no questioning his work ethic.

Round 7: Pick 218 – Jaxson Kirkland – OL – Washington

Kirkland is a very experienced offensive lineman. He has over 40 starts for the Huskies. He could be a late-round gem for the Bears.

Round 7: Pick 258 – Joseph Ngata – WR – Clemson

This year’s draft features a lot of depth at the wide receiver position, but no real, clear, top-end talent. Meaning a lot of players could fall to the late rounds, and if a player like Ngata drops to here, the Bears, despite good depth at the position could bolster the receiver room.

This article was written by our new writer Ross Love. Thanks to Ross for contributing this article and you can catch more of his work here in the future.

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