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Chicago Bears Mock Draft 2024

The Chicago Bears have made some very interesting moves this offseason, some awesome (Looking at you Keenan Allen), some not-so-amazing (I really was a Justin Fields truther). Either way, you look at what they’ve been doing, this team is in a better position heading into the 2024 NFL Draft.

With the trades they’ve made, we are down to just four draft picks (as of the time of this writing). Now that could change come round 1, and I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if pick #9 gets moved in some draft night magic! 

NOTE: I’m trying PFN’s mock draft simulator this go around, but also used our friends over at NFL Mock Draft Database as both are great tools to help you prep for the 2024 NFL Draft!

Chicago Bears 2024 Mock Draft Results:

1-1: Caleb Williams, QB USC

After the Justin Fields trade, it’s all but a gimme that the Bears turn in the card at pick one for USC’s Caleb Williams. The draft season for the top players is a time when people try to find fault in them, either their playing or personality, and all I can say is he has all the potential in the world to be elite. The Bears have loaded up with weapons around him, they need to keep building up the defense but this team could push for playoff contention if Caleb gets up to speed quickly!

He may not be the biggest quarterback but he checks all the athletic boxes, can make plays when things begin to break down, and should be able to play at a high level from year one. 

2024 EDGE Rankings
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1-9: Jared Verse, EDGE Florida State

He’s been my favorite edge rusher in this class for at least two years now, with elite RAS scores, and production to back it up and you put him across from Montez Sweat, and WOW that strikes fear in offensive coordinators from day one! Great first step, strong, and has great size to wreak havoc in this defensive scheme.

3-75: Cole Bishop, S Utah

Cole Bishops has been my favorite safety in this class throughout this draft season, for a variety of reasons. Love the size/speed/overall athletic profile, but I think his versatility may be his best trait. He’s a strong tackler, has a high football IQ and I think he could easily push for day one playing time in Chicago’s secondary. And if he isn’t a day-one starter, I think they could use him in a variety of roles to make an impact against the run or pass.

4-122: Mason McCormick, IOL South Dakota State

The #2 guard in terms of RAS scoring, McCormick’s a seasoned vet, in that he’s seen action in at least 10 games per season since 2019. He’s a strong pass protector who can help in terms of his ability to get to the second-level blocking. He’s got a nasty never-say-die attitude that could develop into a starter sooner rather than later. They don’t need him to play early with Jenkins and Davis their starters but could he take over in a year or two? Could he play some reps in case of injury? Could you train him to be a center? Maybe, he’s got enough athletic ability and versatility to be an impact player in the NFL.

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