Most assumed McGahee would return to Miami in order to rehab, but there are reports that he could recover in time to play next season.
However, any team selecting McGahee would have to consider putting him on Injured Reserve, so he doesn't do any further damage in an attempt to comeback too soon.
The Bears should consider taking McGahee at some point, possibly as soon as the third round.
The chances of McGahee completely regaining his game-breaker speed are unlikely, but he still would be faster than any back the team currently has on the roster.
McGahee also took out a $2.5 million insurance policy before the national championship game, but has decided not to collect in an attempt to turn pro.
McGahee set school records this season with 1,753 yards rushing and 28 touchdowns and was a first team All-American.