Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Round 5 best case scenarios

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Offensive Tackle Isaiah Prince, Ohio State

The Bears’ offensive line is set going into 2019, but depth might be a problem if they don’t add via the draft. In the fifth round, Isaiah Prince would help fix that problem. The senior offensive tackle comes from a winning program in Ohio State, having played against some elite FBS competition and blocking for guys like Dwayne Haskins, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller over the years.

Prince has ideal size at 6-foot-6 and 305 pounds, and has become a much better pass blocker over his college days. His length is good enough to win him some battles in itself, but Prince will have to work on his pad level as a pro.

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He has a tendency to get a little too tall, but if anyone can help with that, it is Bears offensive line coach Harry Heistand.

One of his strong suits is his footwork. Prince gains a lot of ground, and quickly. His first couple of steps are fantastic, but again, he needs to learn how to do that while maintaining a lower pad level. Prince projects as a mid-round pick, but has the potential to be a real good backup in the NFL, who could step in and start eventually.