Chicago Bears: 7-round mock draft 3.0 (with trades!)

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No matter where he gets drafted, every National Football League team needs six to eight defensive lineman they can rely on per game, and Jones will have an opportunity to be a rotational lineman for many years, if not a starter.

NFL Network's Lance Zierlein and Bucky Brooks agree with the ESPN draft expert and have the Ravens projected to select UCLA's offensive tackle Kolton Miller as well as Oklahoma's Orlando Brown.

As one of the top-rated linebackers in the 2018 draft class, Edmunds is confident that how he played at Virginia Tech showed he can line up inside, outside - or at edge rusher. But the Vikings have also had a number of impressive selections from each of the first seven rounds since the franchise's very first season. They have spent too much high draft capital recently on the position without giving them a true chance to prove themselves on the field.

Now, this might be a deeper draft class overall than last year's, and an argument can be made that Davis, Williams and Ross were better prospects than Ridley, Sutton, Moore and Kirk are. Together, they're breaking down every team's biggest needs and offering potential draft-day solutions. Scarbrough's ability to consistently convert in short yardage situations will lead to some extra first down conversions and help the Eagles put games away when they have a late lead.

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Among the four receivers drafted in the first round in 2016 (Corey Coleman, Will Fuller, Josh Doctson and Laquon Treadwell), only Fuller has come close to living up to expectations.

This year could mark the sixth time in the last 15 drafts that the Vols go without a player being drafted in the first three rounds.

"I really do like Tejan Koroma's toughness and the way he plays with leverage, but his lack of height (6-0) could be an issue", Broaddus wrote. That pick is the second-to-last in the fourth round. Maybe the Los Angeles Chargers move up to find Phillip Rivers heir apparent. Stay where they are and take whichever surprising draft day fall we're witnessing at the time?

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