Chicago Bears address major needs in this mock draft

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Using the two fourth-round picks the Chicago Bears picked up by moving down in the third round, the Bears pick up a wide receiver and a center for Justin Fields.

In the mock simulation, Christian Watson just happened to be the best player available. The Chicago Bears desperately need a wide receiver. The North Dakota State product provides a deep ball threat target for Fields.

Watson had a big Senior Bowl week. He happens to be a big target as he stands between 6’4” and 6’5” with great speed.

He did have 14 career drops and went against FCS corners. He only had two drops last season and Cooper Kupp had no problem making the jump from FCS to the NFL.

4. player. 833. Scouting Report. Interior Offensive Lineman. Pick Analysis. Kentucky. Luke Fortner

The Chicago Bears nab another interior lineman who can play either at guard or center when Bears were back on the clock.

The Kentucky product has experience at all three interior line positions. He is 6’6” and 300 pounds of pure nastiness.

The Bears could use an upgrade at center as Sam Mustipher was okay last season.

Anytime you have a chance to get an SEC blocker, I always say take them. He had to block some of the best defensive tackles the college game has to offer. Kentucky was one of the better offensive lines in the country.

He does fit well in the zone blocking scheme. He will have to work on his pad level in the NFL. loves his leadership ability and that he is a smart player. He may need some time to develop.