Chicago Bears Mock Draft: A whopping four trades shock the NFL

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2. player. OT. Dillon Radunz. North Dakota State. 57. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Round 2 sees a lot of action for the Bears. First off, they move back from pick 52 to pick 59 via a trade with the Cleveland Browns. But, they will first pick at no. 58 courtesy of the Baltimore Ravens.

How did they get the pick? Well, it’s a matter of finally solving the Allen Robinson saga. Robinson gets the franchise tag and is then traded to the Baltimore Ravens, uniting with former MVP Lamar Jackson.

Bears receive: Pick 58

Ravens receive: WR Allen Robinson

With the 58th pick in the draft, Chicago reunites Lance with his collegiate left tackle, Dillon Radunz. Similarly to Lance, Radunz has been looked at as a top prospect. But, he may not be selected until the back of the second round for a couple of reasons.

First, and most obviously, Radunz only played in one game this fall because of the FCS moving their schedule to the spring. He did participate in the Senior Bowl, however.

Second, Radunz is an FCS tackle. Now, he’s the best FCS tackle in the nation. But, they typically do not go as high in the draft because they’ve faced lesser talent in terms of opposing pass rushers.

Radunz is strong. He’s a physical, nasty blocker. Above all else, that’s the main reason he will succeed in the NFL. Familiarity with Lance will certainly help this pick being an easy one for the Bears, also.