Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Fields stays, Hopkins lands, no. 1 pick traded

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Chicago Bears, Steve Avila
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IOL. TCU. Steve Avila. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. 4. 872

In Round 4 at pick no. 93, the Bears go back to the trenches and add an offensive lineman for added protection. The TCU Horned Frogs may have gotten trounced in the National Championship Game, but hey, they got there.

This team is a team full of talented players who will end up seeing their names called on draft day, and Steve Avila is one of them. The TCU center comes to the league as a guy who could play either interior position, which would benefit the Bears greatly as they try and figure out who’s playing where next season.

The biggest reason to like Avila’s game is due to his strength. He is a man’s man that can stop most power rushers, which is something Sam Mustipher cannot say. For that reason, he’s a great fit for the Bears.

Oklahoma. Scouting Report. WR. 5. player. 815. Pick Analysis. Marvin Mims

Here we are again, adding talent surrounding Justin Fields. All I can say is, training camp is going to see some straight up battles, folks.

The Bears go wide receiver again here by adding Oklahoma wideout Marvin Mims. At 5-foot-11, Mims is a bit smaller in build. But, he wins the long game. This is a guy who averaged 20.1 yards per reception last year with the Sooners, and over 22 yards per catch the prior season with Texas.

Mims is a great deep ball tracker who can also explode after the catch. To say he’s a home run hitter is an understatement. Mims is always a threat to take it to the house.