The Bears made some waves just 10 minutes into the 2017 NFL Draft, sending four picks to the San Francisco 49ers to move up one spot and select quarterback Mitchell Trubisky second overall.
That package included two picks from Friday's Day 2 of the draft — the 67th overall pick and the 111th selection. On Day 2, Bears GM Ryan Pace recouped a couple of picks by trading down with the Arizona Cardinals in the second round.
Pace made a trade for third straight day on Saturday by dealing a fourth (No. 117) and sixth-round selection (No. 197) to Los Angeles Rams for a fourth-round pick (No. 112).
In total, the Bears selected four offensive players and one defensive back.
Round 1: Mitchell Trubisky (QB), North Carolina
Round 2: Adam Shaheen (TE), Ashland
Round 4: Eddie Jackson (S), Alabama
Round 4: Tarik Cohen (RB), North Carolina A&T
Round 5: Jordan Morgan (OL), Kutztown University