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In preparation for the upcoming draft, Chicago is conducting individual workouts with numerous prospects. Bear Report offers a full list of those workouts with analysis of the players.

*Update through April 4.

C/G Mike Pouncey, Florida, (6-5, 303)
Projected Round: 1

Pouncey is considered the top interior offensive linemen in the draft. He would be an outstanding fit in Chicago. Will most likely be drafted ahead of the Bears.
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G/T Danny Watkins, Baylor, (6-3, 310)
Projected Round: 1-2

Watkins, 27-years-old, is a mature yet relatively inexperienced lineman who could play tackle or guard.
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QB Andy Dalton, TCU, (6-2, 215)
Projected Round: 2-3

Dalton is not overly gifted athletically but he's very experienced. He is an accurate thrower who must overcome questions about his arm strength. Has starter potential.
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RB Shane Vereen, California, (5-10, 210)
Projected Round: 2-4

Vereen has outstanding hands and strength, posting 31 strength reps at the combine. He is underrated and will make a great change-of-pace back in the NFL. A draft gem.
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T/G DeMarcus Love, Arkansas (6-4, 315)
Projected Round: 3-4

Started 36 games as a Razorback at both tackle spots and right guard. He's a versatile lineman who is outstanding in the run game. Needs work in pass blocking.
BR Analysis Here

S Chris Conte, California, (6-2, 197)
Projected Round: 3-5

Converted cornerback with limited experience at safety. Smart, hard hitter who will need a few years to develop. Has enough athletic ability to be a starter down the line.
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WR Austin Pettis, Boise State, (6-2, 209)
Projected Round: 4-5

Pettis is a big-bodied receiver with average speed. He projects as a possession receiver that can go up and get the jump ball.
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WR Ronald Johnson, USC, (5-11, 199)
Projected Round: 4-5

Johnson is a raw prospect with game-breaking potential. He'll need to learn a few years in the pros before he can be a consistent contributor.
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WR Vincent Brown, San Diego State, (5-11, 187)
Projected Round: 4-6

Brown has average speed but is an outstanding route runner. He's a four-year starter with plenty of experience. One of the more NFL-ready receivers in the draft.
BR Analysis Here

LB Doug Hogue, Syracuse (6-2, 235)
Projected Round: 5-6

Hogue, a converted running back, is very raw but extremely talented. He's outstanding in pass coverage but will need a few years to develop into an all-around player.
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CB Ryan Jones, Northwest Missouri State, (5-11, 197)
Projected Round: 5-7

Jones is a fast, gifted athlete with two years of starting experience. He has decent size and is good in press coverage.
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S Mistral Raymond, South Florida, (6-1, 196)
Projected Round: 6-7

Raymond has a great blend of size and speed. He's a dedicated player who walked on as a sophomore and became a captain by his junior season. Has experience at cornerback and safety.
BR Analysis Here

QB Nathan Enderle, Idaho, (6-4, 240)
Projected Round: 7-UFA

Four-year starter with outstanding accuracy but lacks NFL arm strength. Has good body size. Developmental QB who could become an NFL backup.
BR Analysis Here

DT Corbin Bryant, Northwestern, (6-4, 302)
Projected Round: 7-UFA

Bryant is a one-gap penetrator with decent athleticism. He could play tackle or end. Intelligent player that will need time to develop.
BR Analysis Here

QB T.J. Yates, North Carolina, (6-3, 219)
Projected Round: 7-UFA

Yates does not possess ideal strength or accuracy. Improved every year at UNC. A developmental project.
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Players with scheduled workouts that will soon be analyzed:

LB Derrell Smith, Syracuse, (6-0, 243)
OT Willie Smith, East Carolina, (6-5, 251)
LB/TE Gabe Miller, Oregon State, (6-3, 257)
LB Malcolm Smith, USC, (6-0, 226)
DE Steven Friday, Virginia Tech, (6-4, 250)

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