2020 NFL Draft: What's next for Bears after drafting Tulsa DE Trevis Gipson

Cam Ellis
NBC Sports Chicago

Ryan Pace finally shook things up when he traded up to 155 and took Tulse EDGE Trevis Gipson. Pace sent a 4th round pick in the 2021 draft to Minnesota in order to get Gipson, meaning that the Bears still have their full treasure chest of picks to work with on Saturday. 

With holes plugged at tight end, cornerback, and now DE, the offensive line seems like a place Pace may attack with one of his remaining five picks. Trey Adams (Washington), Prince Tega Wanogho (Auburn), and Terrence Steele (Texas Tech) are considered the best available tackles still on the board. 

The interior line pool is thinning out quickly, and it seems like the Bears may be set to throw Germain Ifedi and Alex Bars at Rashaad Coward to see how he responds. If they wanted to take a flier on someone, though, Fresno State's Netane Muti and a pair of Clemson guards (Tremayne Anchrum and Gage Cervenka) are names to look for. 

And, as always, your daily reminder that Jake Fromm is still on the board, as is Anthony Gordon. If they wanted to double on tight end prospects, Thaddeus Moss and Hunter Bryant are two names still available as we head into the 6th round. 

2020 NFL Draft: What's next for Bears after drafting Tulsa DE Trevis Gipson originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

What to Read Next