Greg McCoy out of Texas Christian University could make the team because of his contributions as a kick returner.
McCoy reeled in seven interceptions and racked up 92 tackles in 51 games. He returned three kickoffs for touchdowns, while averaging an impressive 28.9 yards per return.
The 5’10″, 181 lb corner has the abilities ran an impressive 4.44 40-yard dash at his Pro Day.
He is an undersized corner, who will have to battle his way onto the 53-man roster through special teams and return contributions.
He could have a tough time making the squad. It might come down to him and sixth-round pick Isaiah Frey for the final cornerback spot.
Look for the Bears to add a defensive tackle and possibly an offensive tackle through free agency.
They will be working hard to add the best undrafted free agents, but don’t depend on those players to fill the voids on the offensive and defensive lines.
Overall, general manager Phil Emery did a solid job in his first ever NFL Draft. He filled most of the needs the Bears were looking to fill.