Chicago Bears: Potential trade scenarios in 2019 NFL Draft

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Scenario No. 2: Trade back, acquire additional pick(s)

Pace is an intriguing general manager. He is never afraid to make a deal happen, and there is never any telling which way he will go when it comes to the draft. He’s given up plenty of picks in his day, but he’s also always interested in acquiring more picks.

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Some of his best drafting has come in Rounds 4 and 5, where Pace has selected guys like Tarik Cohen, Adrian Amos, Eddie Jackson and Jordan Howard over the years. If he feels the mid-round talent is exceptional this year (depending on who might fall), there is no doubt in my mind that Pace would trade back to acquire more picks. This is especially true because of having so few holes on the roster, therefore Pace doesn’t necessarily have to bank on nailing a high pick in 2019.

4th Round prospects worth trading back for:

Running Back Devin Singletary, Florida Atlantic

Tight End Josh Oliver, San Jose State

Edge Rusher Christian Miller, Alabama

Cornerback Jamel Dean, Auburn

Running Back Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M

Just by these guys alone, you can see why it would be so tempting for Pace to trade back. These five prospects are some of my favorite mid-round guys, but they’re not the only ones. The talent able to be found in Rounds 4 and 5 in 2019 is pretty outstanding. It all depends on if Pace pinpoints a few which possess just a hair more potential than the others.