It's one of our favorite times of the year: Mock Draft season. While fans generally agree on what each team's biggest needs are, mock drafts bring in debate and discussions that can last days at a time.
Presently, we'll turn our attention on the first four-round mock draft of 2016, courtesy of Chad Reuter at NFL.com.
Here's who he selected for the Chicago Bears:
1st Round: LB Myles Jack, UCLA
Dane's note: The Bears have a legacy that's built on dominating linebackers, but presently have a major issue on the inside. Jack has all of the tools and athleticism to be a force in the NFL, and would look great in the Navy and Orange.
2nd Round: WR Corey Coleman, Baylor
Dane's note: General manager Ryan Pace met with a lot of wide receivers before the Shrine Game, and should have every intention on bolstering a position that was 1-2 injuries away in 2015 from being a train wreck. Talent is important, but so is depth.
3rd Round: OT Jerald Hawkins, LSU
Dane's note: Recently-declared Hawkins would provide solid back-up depth for any NFL team, and after a year of growing, development, and exposure, would be ready to start in year two. Of course, Hawkins wants to start immediately, and there are a few teams that could provide that opportunity.
4th Round: CB Juston Burris, NC State
Dane's note: This is very early for Burris to go, as many analysts have him as a 6th-or-later draft pick. But Pace has a keen eye for talent, and might be someone that he would be willing to take a mid-draft flier on if the temperature is right.
Looking at Reuter's four-round mock, how would you feel if the Bears picks fell this way?