Chicago Bears 7-Round Mock Draft: Let’s get wild with trades

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Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. WR. North Carolina. Dyami Brown. 2. player. 57

The Bears are not done in the second round, as Pace trades up once again. This time, he does so with the defending champs. Pace executes a deal to get right back up into the last pick of the second round, a pick owned by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Chicago sends Tampa Bay its third rounder, pick number 83, along with a fifth-round pick and sixth-round selection. In total, Pace gives up three picks to select one of the draft’s biggest playmakers.

North Carolina’s Dyami Brown could be labeled a one-trick pony if you only looked at one stat. Over the past two seasons, Brown averaged over 20 yards per reception. Now, that’s a number that would typically beg the question: how many receptions did he account for? Normally, you’d expect a large number like that from a guy who touches the ball only on occasion.

However, Brown caught 106 passes over the past two seasons — for 2,133 yards and 20 total touchdowns. This guy is lightning fast, but he’s also quick. His ability to get behind a defense is top-notch. Brown can track a ball over his shoulder with the best of him. Adding him to a receiving room with Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney gives this Bears offense some potent scoring threats on any given down.