Chicago Bears: Predicting how each rookie will contribute in 2020

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Chicago Bears, Arlington Hambright
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Arlington Hambright and  Lachavious Simmons

The Bears took two offensive guards in the seventh round, Arlington Hambright and  Lachavious Simmons. Both are raw prospects who the Bears took for depth along the offensive line. Hambright played tackle but will slide to guard for the Bears, as that is where his frame suits him better. Simmons is also a guard who will compete for playing time.

Hambright has great quickness and athleticism, as well as good footwork and hands. He will be good in the run game which is a big need for the Bears. Simmons is a bit rawer, but has better size and is a bit better in the run game. Simmons played at a small school in Tennessee State. He will most likely be a practice squad guy who could be called up if injuries happen.

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The right side of the offensive line was banged up last year, so it could be that way again this season. If that is the case, either Hambright or Simmons could get a shot to prove they should stay on the roster. The Bears could use as much depth on the line as possible, and these two guys provide it. Although they might not have much of a role this season, they are interesting prospects who could develop into solid depth pieces for this offense.