(CBS) Just as the perfect bracket never comes to fruition in March Madness, the perfect NFL mock draft doesn’t exist.

That will never stop us from prognosticating, though.

Below is our compilation of 670 The Score mock drafts, projecting who each team will take in the first round. We pulled the Bears’ selections out as well.

Bears’ selections

Dan Durkin: Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
The Bears need more playmakers on defense who can impact opponents’ passing games. Hargreaves thieved 10 passes in three years at Florida, and despite his height, he’s one of the most complete cornerbacks in this draft.

Chris Emma: Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
Bears coach John Fox likes to have a stable of versatility in his backfields. Elliott can do it all, and he’s the rare running back well worth taking early in the draft.

Greg Gabriel: DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
If no one trades up to get Buckner, the Bears will jump on him. He’s a difference-maker.

Rick Camp: Williams Jackson III, CB (Houston)
The Bears will get the shutdown cornerback that they need, and Jackson will give defensive coordinator Vic Fangio more freedom in his play-calling.

Jason Bernstein: Vonn Bell, S (Ohio State)
Bell might be a little bit of a reach here, but I think it’s worth it. At 5-foot-11, he’s a little short but has great ball skills. The Bears already have a young safety in Adrian Amos, but Antrel Rolle’s injury-prone and underperformed in 2015. Bell will play free safety, while Amos can play strong safety, so it works out in that regard. Bell’s consistently solid and has above-average speed for a safety. The Bears can trade down and draft him too as well to acquire a few more picks.

Dan Durkin, 670thescore.com columnist

1) Los Angeles Rams — Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
2) Cleveland Browns — Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
3) San Diego Chargers — Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
4) Dallas Cowboys — Jalen Ramsey, DB (Florida State)
5) Jacksonville Jaguars — Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
6) Baltimore Ravens — DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
7) San Francisco 49ers — Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
8) Philadelphia Eagles — Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Shaq Lawson, DE (Clemson)
10) New York Giants — Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
11) Chicago Bears — Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
12) New Orleans Saints — Sheldon Rankins, DT (Louisville)
13) Miami Dolphins — William Jackson III, CB (Houston)
14) Oakland Raiders — Reggie Ragland, ILB (Alabama)
15) Tennessee Titans — Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
16) Detroit Lions — Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
17) Atlanta Falcons — Darron Lee, LB (Ohio State)
18) Indianapolis Colts — Kevin Dodd, DE/OLB (Clemson)
19) Buffalo Bills — Emmanuel Ogbah, DE/OLB (Oklahoma State)
20) New York Jets — Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
21) Washington Redskins — A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
22) Houston Texans — Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
23) Minnesota Vikings — Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
24) Cincinnati Bengals — Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
25) Pittsburgh Steelers — Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
26) Seattle Seahawks — Chris Jones, DL (Mississippi State)
27) Green Bay Packers — Andrew Billings, DT (Baylor)
28) Kansas City Chiefs — Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
29) Arizona Cardinals — Ryan Kelly, C (Alabama)
30) Carolina Panthers — Karl Joseph, S (West Virginia)
31) Denver Broncos — Vernon Butler, DT (Louisiana Tech)

Chris Emma, 670thescore.com reporter

1) Los Angeles Rams — Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
2) Cleveland Browns —  Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
3) San Diego Chargers —  Jalen Ramsey, DB (Florida State)
4) Dallas Cowboys — Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
5) Jacksonville Jaguars —  Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
6) Baltimore Ravens — Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
7) San Francisco 49ers — DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
8) Philadelphia Eagles — Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers —  Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
10) New York Giants —  Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
11) Chicago Bears — Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
12) New Orleans Saints — Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
13) Miami Dolphins — Shaq Lawson, DE/OLB (Clemson)
14) Oakland Raiders — William Jackson III, CB (Houston)
15) Tennessee Titans — Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
16) Detroit Lions — Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
17) Atlanta Falcons — Leonard Floyd, LB (Georgia)
18) Indianapolis Colts — Kevin Dodd, DE (Clemson)
19) Buffalo Bills — Sheldon Rankins, DT (Louisville)
20) New York Jets — Reggie Ragland, LB (Alabama)
21) Washington Redskins — A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
22) Houston Texans — Josh Doctson, WR (TCU)
23) Minnesota Vikings — Will Fuller, WR (Notre Dame)
24) Cincinnati Bengals — Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
25) Pittsburgh Steelers — Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
26) Seattle Seahawks — Robert Nkemdiche, DE (Ole Miss)
27) Green Bay Packers — Darron Lee, LB (Ohio State)
28) Kansas City Chiefs — Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
29) Arizona Cardinals — Andrew Billings, DT (Baylor)
30) Carolina Panthers — Noah Spence, DE (Eastern Kentucky)
31) Denver Broncos — Connor Cook, QB (Michigan State)

Greg Gabriel, 670thescore.com columnist

1) Los Angeles Rams — Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
2) Cleveland Browns — Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
3) San Diego Chargers — Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
4) Dallas Cowboys — Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
5) Jacksonville Jaguars — Myles Jack, OLB (UCLA)
6) Baltimore Ravens — Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
7) San Francisco 49ers — Jalen Ramsey, CB (Florida State)
8) Philadelphia Eagles — Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
10) New York Giants — Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
11) Chicago Bears — DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
12) New Orleans Saints — A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
13) Miami Dolphins — Derrick Henry, RB (Alabama)
14) Oakland Raiders — Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
15) Los Angeles Rams — Shaq Lawson, DE/OLB (Clemson)
16) Detroit Lions — Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
17) Atlanta Falcons — Darron Lee, LB (Ohio State)
18) Indianapolis Colts — Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
19) Buffalo Bills — Kevin Dodd, DE (Clemson)
20) New York Jets — Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
21) Washington Redskins — DT Sheldon Rankins, DT (Louisville)
22) Houston Texans — Josh Doctson, WR (TCU)
23) Minnesota Vikings — Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
24) Cincinnati Bengals — Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
25) Pittsburgh Steelers — William Jackson III, CB (Houston)
26) Seattle Seahawks — Chris Jones, DT (Mississippi State)
27) Green Bay Packers — Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Oklahoma State)
28) Kansas City Chiefs – Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
29) Arizona Cardinals – Artie Burns, CB (Miami)
30) Carolina Panthers – Vernon Butler, DT (Louisiana Tech)
31) Denver Broncos – Connor Cook, QB (Michigan State)

Rick Camp, 670 The Score producer

1) Los Angeles Rams — Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
2) Cleveland Browns — Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
3) San Diego Chargers — Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
4) Dallas Cowboys — Jalen Ramsey, DB (Florida State)
5) Jacksonville Jaguars  Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
6) Baltimore Ravens  Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
7) San Francisco 49ers DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
8) Philadelphia Eagles  Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
10) New York Giants  Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
11) Chicago Bears Williams Jackson III, CB (Houston)
12) New Orleans Saints  Sheldon Rankins, DT (Louisville)
13) Miami Dolphins  Darron Lee, LB (Ohio State)
14) Oakland Raiders  Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
15) Tennessee Titans  Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
16) Detroit Lions — Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
17) Atlanta Falcons — Shaq Lawson, DE (Clemson)
18) Indianapolis Colts  Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
19) Buffalo Bills  Noah Spence, DE/OLB (Eastern Kentucky)
20) New York Jets  Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
21) Washington Redskins  Reggie Ragland, LB (Alabama)
22) Houston Texans  Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
23) Minnesota Vikings  Josh Doctson, WR (TCU)
24) Cincinnati Bengals  Michael Thomas, WR (Ohio State)
25) Pittsburgh Steelers  Mackenzie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
26) Seattle Seahawks  Germain Ifedi, OT (Texas A&M)
27) Green Bay Packers  Andrew Billings, DT (Baylor)
28) Kansas City Chiefs  Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
29) Arizona Cardinals  Ryan Kelly, C (Alabama)
30) Carolina Panthers  Kevin Dodd, DE, (Clemson)
31) Denver Broncos  Vernon Butler, DT (Louisiana Tech)

Jason Bernstein, area 5th-grader

1) Los Angeles Rams — Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
2) Cleveland Browns —  Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
3) San Diego Chargers —Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
4) Dallas Cowboys — Jalen Ramsey, CB (Florida State)
5) Jacksonville Jaguars —  Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
6) Baltimore Ravens — Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
7) San Francisco 49ers — Tyler Boyd, WR (Pitt)
8) Philadelphia Eagles — Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers —  DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
10) New York Giants — Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
11) Chicago Bears — Vonn Bell, S (Ohio State)
12) New Orleans Saints — Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
13) Miami Dolphins — Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
14) Oakland Raiders — Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
15) Tennessee Titans — Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
16) Detroit Lions — A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
17) Atlanta Falcons — Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
18) Indianapolis Colts — Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
19) Buffalo Bills — Shaq Lawson, DE/OLB (Clemson)
20) New York Jets — Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
21) Washington Redskins — Artie Burns, CB (Miami)
22) Houston Texans — Noah Spence, DE/OLB (Eastern Kentucky)
23) Minnesota Vikings — Kevin Dodd, DE (Clemson)
24) Cincinnati Bengals — Josh Doctson, WR (TCU)
25) Pittsburgh Steelers — Will Fuller, WR (Notre Dame)
26) Seattle Seahawks — Kyle Murphy, OT (Stanford)
27) Green Bay Packers — Jerald Hawkins, OT (LSU)
28) Kansas City Chiefs — Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State
29) Arizona Cardinals — Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
30) Carolina Panthers — Leonard Floyd, LB (Georgia)
31) Denver Broncos — Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)