Chicago Bears Mock Draft 3.0: Trade brings Round 2 steal

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Round 4, Pick 126

Florida Atlantic. 4. player. 57. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. RB. Devin Singletary

Don’t you worry, folks. The Bears will indeed address the running back position in Round 4. The Combine wasn’t too kind to Devin Singletary, and for the Bears, that could mean they snag him in the fourth.

Coming out of Florida Atlantic, Singletary scored a whopping 67 total touchdowns. He wasn’t asked to catch a lot of passes, which some might not like. But, that’s not to say he isn’t capable of doing so — he certainly is.

Like Tarik Cohen, Singletary is undersized at 5-foot-7, but weighs in at a solid 205 pounds. He has a veteran’s footwork and knows how to utilize even the smallest of spaces. Singletary is great at finding running room when it appears there is none. He pushes for extra yardage and doesn’t often get stopped behind the line.

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While his 40-yard dash time wasn’t impressive (4.66 seconds), Singletary’s tape will prove he has another gear once he gets going. His speed after he gets to the second level is NFL-caliber

Singletary would give the Bears a multi-dimensional back who could even take on some of the workload at the goal line. He’s had a lot of success in that area and has a nose for the end zone. This would be a home run in the fourth round, and the Bears would be off to a strong start at this point.