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Mock Draft Muncher: No Consensus Pick for Bears at 11th Overall

Scout's Mock Draft Muncher compiled 31 different mock drafts and, not surprisingly, the experts are divided on which player the Chicago Bears will select at 11th overall.

It's that time of year again for the return of our Scout Mock Draft Muncher

To this point in the 2016 NFL Draft season, we've tallied 31 different mock drafts from around the internet to find out which players are being projected for each NFL team. 

With the 11th overall pick, there have been 16 different players projected to the Chicago Bears. The player receiving the most "votes" is Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley, although he was selected just 6 times out of 31. In fact, 16 different players were slotted to the Bears at 11, which was tied for the most of any team in the top 23. 

Here are the top six vote getters for the Bears in the 1st round: 

OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame, 6 votes
DL A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama, 4 votes
LB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame, 3 votes
LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama, 3 votes
DL DeForest Buckner, Oregon, 2 votes
DE Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky 2 votes

Click here to view the full MDM projections for the Bears

Yet the Mock Draft Muncher goes beyond just the 1st round and has compiled nine mocks that project the Bears' 2nd-round selection:

QB Connor Cook, Michigan State, 3 votes
DL Vernon Butler, Louisiana Tech

Seven different drafts went so far as to project the Bears' 3rd-round selection, with seven different players receiving votes. Notable was that two different quarterbacks were projected for the Bears at 71st overall:

QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
QB Cardale Jones, Ohio State

While this is all speculation, the Mock Draft Muncher is a great way to get a feel for the players trending toward each team. You can view the MDM, which will be continously updated, by using the Draft tab at the top of 


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