2. Devine Ozigbo
Not enough people are considering Devine Ozigbo, who may be the Bears best realistic fit. Ozigbo was not used in the passing game often at Nebraska, and at times was not used. That is going to be something Chicago is looking into and likely discussed with him on his visit.
While Ozigbo was not used often in the passing game, he did showed at times with the ball in his hands. If the Bears think there is enough there, he certainly checks every other box. He was in the middle of the pack when it came to elusiveness and broken tackles. However, Ozigbo blew the competition away in breakaway runs and three-down ability.
Weighing over 220-pounds, Ozigbo consistently found himself in the second level, and it showed in his testing with great burst scores and the best weight-adjusted 40-yard dash in the class.
Ozigbo was underused at Nebraska but averaged over 7 yards per carry. His size, explosion and lack of tread on the tires show a player who can handle heavy work, break big runs, and have a better NFL career than college.
Ozigbo does not have as many red flags as others, and with his size, speed, production combination could be a Chicago Bears next week.