Taking into account what commentors said i have adjusted accordingly
How's this one?
With the 29th pick in the 1st round the Chicago Bears...
Trade out of the first round to Oakland (who doesn't have a 1st) for Oakland's 2nd rounder (pick 16) and their 3rd rounder (pick 17)
With the 16th pick of the 2nd round the Bears select...
Ben Ijalana - OT- Villanova
Like i stated in my last mock, this guy is a straight up mauler. He's going to be a good addition to Tice's oline. He can play LT, but he may be more suited to swinging inside.
With the 29th pick in the 2nd round the Bears select...
Marvin Austin - DT - NC
This guy is a complete beast, and had he played this past season he could be a mid-first rounder. He has some personality issues, but the Bears have shown they aren't afraid to draft Dlinemen with those (Harris, Johnson, Harrison). He can come in and compete from day 1.
With the 17th pick in the 3rd round the Bears select....
Austin Pettis - WR- Boise State
This guy is good. He's kind of like the Jon Baldwin pick from my last mock, but instead of using the first, they get the same value for a mid-3rd. This guy is tall and a GREAT route runner. He may not be as fast as Baldwin, but he may be the all around better prospect for a pro offense.
29th pick in the 3rd round the Bears select....
Stefen Wisniewski - C/G - Penn State
Can probably come in and start at LG right away, although he's probably better suited for RG in the NFL. Not a bad guy to sit behind Kruetz for a year or two and learn the trade. Great value for a late 3rd.
I could see Lovie n crew going CB here if there are no decent O linemen available.
So there you have it. How's this draft compare to the last one?