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Given his massive frame and movement skills, Davis is an intriguing prospect.
Agholor will contribute immediately to a team’s passing attack and return units as a rookie.
Darby’s athleticism and top-end speed will be coveted in any pass defense.
Perriman’s pro day results have sent his draft stock soaring.
Harold is raw, but his athletic upside will make him a coveted prospect.
Ryan Pace has shown patience early in his tenure, keeping the big picture in mind.
Parker is a prospect who is flying under the radar in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Waynes is the top cornerback prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Shelton is the top defensive tackle prospect in the 2015 NFL draft.
Foster immediately goes to the top of the Bears’ depth chart at the Mike linebacker spot.
McDonald is familiar with Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio from their time in San Francisco.
The 26-year old Jenkins has appeared in 44 games, making 19 starts.
Given his size-to-speed radio, White has the most upside of any receiver in this class.
The NFL Draft is just five weeks away. Here’s a first-round projection.
Cooper will likely be a top-five selection.
Dupree is a raw prospect, but his athletic upside is undeniable.
Gregory’s physical tools are intriguing, but he has durability concerns and his motor runs hot and cold on film.
Beasley is the top outside linebacker prospect in the 2015 draft class.
Fowler has an NFL-ready physique, is highly productive on tape and has the athletic grade to match.
The free agent rush is over, but there are still some value players available.