2012 NFL Mock Draft: Chicago Bears Pick WR Mohamed Sanu In Recent Mock Draft

The analysts at Revenge of the Birds have released a new mock draft for the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft, one that offers an intriguing new name for the Chicago Bears to consider: Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu:

19. Chicago Bears - Mohammed Sanu, WR, Rutgers. Sanu is on the rise, big time. Chicago really needs a wide receiver for Jay Cutler, and will fall in love with Sanu. He has all the skills to become an elite wide receiver, good speed, good size, but most importantly good hands. He only played wide receiver for a year, so once his route running improves, he will be a very good wide receiver.

Most mock drafts have the Bears selecting either Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd. Baylor WR Kendall Wright or an interior offensive lineman, such as C Peter Konz.

Sanu, however, played running back during his first two seasons with Rutgers, switching to wide receiver in 2011 -- when he caught 115 passes for 1206 yards and 7 touchdowns.

For more NFL news and notes, head over to SB Nation Pro Football, and stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more Bears updates and analysis. For more in-depth analysis of the Bears, visit Windy City Gridiron.

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