2020 NFL Draft: Bears looking to trade up in second round

Bryan Perez
NBC Sports Chicago

The 2020 NFL draft resumes Friday night with the second and third rounds kicking off at 6 pm. CST, and with the Chicago Bears owning picks 43 and 50, they'll soon be on the clock for the first time.

But will it be at a higher selection? According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Bears and Giants are trying to move up.

If Ryan Pace is trying to move into one of the first few picks of Round 2, the next logical question is who's the target? 

Several first-round quality players are still on the board, including Penn State edge rusher Yetur Gross-Matos, Houston offensive tackle Joshua Jones, and Georgia running back D'Andre Swift.

But none of those positions are glaring needs right now. If Pace is looking to fill a void early in the round, players like Alabama safety Xaveir McKinney and Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson make sense.

There's also that guy Jalen Hurts, too.

2020 NFL Draft: Bears looking to trade up in second round originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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