The Chicago Bears have been linked of plenty of wide receiver prospects in 2012 NFL Mock Drafts, but Nolan Nawrocki of Pro Football Weekly has presented one of the more interesting options in his first projection. With Baylor Bears WR Kendall Wright coming off the board at No.13 to the Arizona Cardinals, Nawrocki has Phil Emery and the Bears turning to LSU product Rueben Randle at No. 19 overall. Jay Cutler certainly needs an additional option to test defenses deep, and the PFW draft expert says Randle is "a big speed merchant who's capable of making plays downfield."
Other intriguing tidbits include the fact that Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd drops all the way down to No. 26 overall to the Houston Texans, and that Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu is taken at the end of the first round by the New England Patriots.
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