D.J. Chark headlines Senior Bowl

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D.J. Chark is a player that should be on the Chicago Bears watch. He had a big day in the Senior Bowl on Saturday

The Senior Bowl is all about creating buzz for yourself and D.J. Chark did just that with his performance in the Senior Bowl on Saturday. Chark caught five passes for 160 yards and a touchdown in the win. That includes deep passes of 63 and 75 yards. He was dominating the day.

It earned him a co-MVP honor with Richmond quarterback Kyle Lauletta. With the Bears lack of interest in a quarterback, Chark has to be the main stand out. We profiled him, and he is player similar to Robby Anderson. If he is a better, younger and cheaper version than Markus Wheaton it is a good deal. He can space the field for Tarik Cohen and Cameron Meredith, who excel with the ball in their hands. Chark is a mid round receiver and a reason why the team may want to look away from wide receiver at pick eight.

Some other stand outs include Marcus Davenport from UTSA. Davenport is an edge defender who is all over the field. He is toolsy, but raw, and could very easily be there for the Bears in the second round.

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Ogbonnia Okoronkwo and Marquis Haynes were two other edge players who made names for themselves. TreQuan Smith and Michael Gallup were other wide receiver who stood out. Shaquem Griffin could also be a late round pick as a special teamer who could hold down depth at both linebacker spots. The question would be how much more valuable he is than Jonathan Anderson and Jonathan Timu.

Did anyone else stand out from the Senior Bowl as a potential Chicago Bears waiting to happen?