The Chicago Bears made two additions to the secondary in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, selecting Miami safety Deon Bush and Northern Iowa defensive back Deiondre' Hall.
Bush was selected with the 124th pick in the draft. A two-year starter for the Hurricanes, he's 6-0, 190 and ran a 4.64 40-yard dash at the scouting combine. His 17 bench-press reps was one of the best totals at his position.
He had five forced fumbles in 2014, 103 tackles the past two years combined, along with 4 interceptions and 13 pass breakups during his collegiate career.
Bush is considered a big hitter and a high character athlete.
Hall was selected with the 127th overall pick. He was a full-time starter for three seasons at Northern Iowa. He was named MVFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2015 (82 tackles, 5.5 for loss, and three forced fumbles). In 2014, he had 74 tackles and five interceptions.
Hall was a part-time starter at safety his freshman year, then started at cornerback and linebacker as a sophomore. He started at corner his junior year then rotated between corner and safety his senior season.
Hall's size and versatility are his strongest assets. He's 6-2, 190 and could play either corner or safety in the NFL. He has 34 3/8-inch arms, which is elite.