2011 Round 2 NFL Mock Draft: Where Will The Bears Go On Day 2?

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft is in the books, and we know that Gabe Carimi will be the newest member of the Chicago Bears. But there are still six rounds of speculation left in us, so don't adjust that dial. SB Nation just came out with a new and revised second round Mock Draft, and they have the Bears taking Miami wide receiver Leonard Hankerson with the 62nd overall pick.

More help is needed for Jay Cutler than just on the offensive line. Hankerson complements the Bears' current speed receivers nicely.

The Bears got a pretty good offensive lineman in the first round, so now they can move on to address one of their other big needs. I think Hankerson has the tools to be a very good receiver at this level. He is faster than given credit for, has incredibly large hands, and is a pretty good route runner. He could be the kind of possession guy that the Bears need to compliment their speedsters like Devin Hester.

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft starts at 8 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, April 28, and SB Nation has everything you need to prepare: NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule and more. Check it out at SB Nation's NFL Draft page and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking the Draft.

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