6. Isaiah Frey, CB, Nevada
Frey, an athletic cornerback has bounced around the NFL and is still currently looking for a team. Frey spent his first two and a half seasons on the practice squad. However, early in his third season he was let go and replaced by Al Louis-Jean. Frey spent the rest of 2014 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He spent 2015 with the Steelers and 2016 with the Cowboys but was unable to stick around with either squad. Without a single NFL snap, 2017 may be marking the end of the dream for Frey.
7. Greg McCoy, CB, TCU
Another cornerback prospect, McCoy spent even less time in Chicago than Frey did. McCoy was cut in training camp, and the team did not add him to their practice squad. He spent 2012 on the Cardinals practice squad and spent some time in 2013 in Minnesota. However, he is yet another draft pick to never take an NFL snap, and he has not been with an NFL team since 2013.
The first draft without Jerry Angelo was a similar mold to Jerry Angelo. However, they did not lose a draft day trade, which seemed to be a tradition for Angelo over his last couple of seasons. The Bears found not only a starter but a player who brought a high caliber, All-Pro level of play to the team for two seasons. Unfortunately, the team has nothing to show for that. They got nothing in return for Jeffery and missed out completely on their first round pick. Their mid to late picks featured a buffet of players whose career are either over or never got started. In no way can a draft be a complete failure with Jeffery taken in the second round, but this was not a good draft nonetheless