This is my first ever mock, so bear with me.
Kwiatkowski - Grew a lot this year. Have to keep home-grown talent. My line of thinking is that him and Floyd can be switched up from time to time and keep the opposing offense guessing. Good blitzer.
Pierre-Louis - Showed a good amount in his limited time. Won't be a full time starter, but can cover the pass.
RRH -- Home-grown talent. Solid depth. Can flash from time to time.
Scales - Solid. Doesn't make mistakes.
Bush - Could end up being the starter depending on how Free agency goes. More in the box than EJax, which opens him up to his natural role. Knows the defense. Should be fairly cheap.
Lucas - Played solidly in his limited time. Okay depth.
DHC - Good special teamer.
Nick Williams. Good depth. Had a great year and I think he'll stay for cheap.
Gabriel - Not worth what they paid him minus a few plays a year. Mitch can't hit little guys going deep.
Prince - As much as I like him, he's paid more than he's worth. Maybe he could restructure or get a new deal. I'd be all for that.
Matt Moore - KC guy, Nagy knows him. Just like Chase Daniel. They're going to be all in on Mitch.
Hunter Henry - Nagy would love his versatility. Very similar to Ertz and Kelce. Injuries are a concern, but something I'm willing to take a chance on given his talent level.
Kamalei Correa - Thumper. Like Kwit, he can play inside or out. Adds another dimension to the D.
Stefen Wisnewski - Can play any interior OL. Allows Whitehair to stay and work at C and keep his chemistry with Trubs.
Vernon Hargreaves - Disappointing first rounder but has size. Low risk, (maybe) high reward.
Ronald Darby - Another disappointing high draft pick, but has good size. Had a great rookie year and is similar to Fuller, can play zone and be fairly aggressive attacking the ball. Injuries are a concern but I like him on a modest contract.
Karl Joseph - One of the top picks I have for us to get. Similar to Tony Jefferson a few years ago. Hard hitter. Just hasn't put it all together, but I think he would be great playing over Fuller.
*I think we'd only sign one of Hargreaves or Darby, not both.
Trade back... Bears give up 2(43) for Jets 3(68), 5(141), and 2020 6th. Pace recoups some value and loads up.
2(50) - Lloyd Cushenberry - Can play inside or outside. Can be the James Daniel of 2020 and start the year learning and getting stronger, end up starting, taking over for Whitehair or Wisnewski.
3(68) - Thaddeus Moss - Pace attacks positions of weakness, loves athletes and he is a willing blocker. Clearly amazing bloodlines. He's very young too. Lots of room to grow.
5(141) - Anthony Gordon - Could be here, could be gone. If he's here, Pace takes a project and starts to work on him. He is willing to take a hit, has a big arm and reads the field well. If Gordon isn't there, I think Pace would take a big, speedy receiever... Maybe Jauan Jennings. Big target, good speed. Adds another dimension to the offense.
5(142) - Benito Jones - Good name. Big boy. Great athlete. Keeps Goldman fresh. Can take up blockers or rush the passer a little bit.
6(177) - La'Darius Hamilton - Depth. Put up some numbers last year.
6(181) - JR Reed - Pace gets his Georgia player. Seems like a cross between EJax and Joseph. Will compete for the top back up spot.
7(211) - Literally any punter. Competition for O'Donnell.
P: O'Donnell/Draft Pick