Bears Mock Draft [3 Scenarios]
This is my final attempt at mock drafts for the Bears, maybe, and I put these together based on the rumors and supposition that has gone on all offseason and most recently with Jerry Angelo's comments.
Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice loves Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi "so much he'd adopt him," according to SI.com's Peter King.
Trade: The Bears trade 1, 3 and 5th in 2012 to Tampa Bay for 1
1 OT Gabe Carimi [Wisconsin] 6'7" 315lbs.
The Bears move aggressively to get the OT that Tice wants. Carimi is a safe pick that can start at LT or RT and should provide the Bears with the flexibility that they want with so may positions unsettled.
Trade: The Bears trade 2 to Tennessee for 3, 4
3 DT Terrell McClain [South Florida] 6'2" 292lbs.
McClain is a solid effort pass rusher with the ability to disrupt the back field. He may not have the athletic ability that Austin and Wilkerson have, but he will fit into the rotation early.
4 C Tim Barnes [Missouri] 6'4" 300lbs.
A stout pass blocking center that can backup and develop behind Olin Kreutz before taking over in 2012.
4 CB Jalil Brown [Colorado] 6' 205lbs.
A big physical CB that can come up and tackle and has starting potential.
5. WR Austin Pettis [Boise St] 6'3" 209lbs.
A big WR that has solid hands, but may never be more than a #2 or #3 WR.
6. LB Eric Gordon [Michigan St] 6' 230lbs
A developmental LB with speed and tenacity to play special teams early.