Chicago Bears Draft Profile: CB Jacoby Glenn

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The Chicago Bears had one of the best overall drafts in recent history and signed some interesting undrafted free agents as well. Over the next week Beargoggleson will be breaking down the Bears draft picks and the undrafted free agents with a legitimate shot to make the 2015 roster. With a new management team taking over the leadership of the Bears and the Bears transitioning to new schemes on both sides of the ball, there will be significant roster turnover. Rumors are already circulating about some veteran players and recent draft picks that may not be on the roster in 2015. With all of the turnover in the front office and coaching staff, there is more of an opportunity than usual for rookies to make the team.

CB Jacoby Glenn, Central Florida



A 2nd team AP All-American and American Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year who had 7 interceptions last year for the Black Knights. Glenn has good height, but is very thin and ran a slow 40 at the combine (4.64). He improved his 40 time at his pro day with a 4.55 but it was not enough to get Glenn drafted. It could turn out to be a steal for the Bears who could use another outside corner.

Stats / Awards:

  • 2 Year starter
  • 9 Interceptions
    • 3rd in nation in 2014 with 7 INTs
  • 100 tackles
  • 26 Passes defended
    • 3rd in nation in 2014 with 18 passes defended
  • 3 forced fumbles
  • 2104 ACC Defensive Player of the Years
  • 2014 AP All-American 2nd team