In the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears drafted Missouri offensive tackle Larry Borom.
It was just their third pick of this year's draft. The Bears traded their second and third-round pick to the Carolina Panthers to move up and draft Oklahoma State offensive tackle Teven Jenkins at No. 39 in the second round on Friday night.
This 151th pick was sent from the Panthers to the Bears in that trade.
So that's two offensive tackles after trading up to draft a future franchise quarterback in Justin Fields. Obviously looking to protect their passer for years to come.