Senior Bowl winners Chicago Bears must keep eye on
Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
Chad Muma has two big things going for him. Logan Wilson being a star on the Bengals defense shows that Wyoming linebackers have a good track record, and his week showed that you can judge the player and not the helmet and come to the same conclusion. Muma can play.
One of his most impressive notes was chasing down Malik Willis and making a touchdown-saving tackle. He seems to always be near the ball and took a great angle on that play.
Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
McCreary is local to Mobile, Alabama, and he looked right at home. His length was an initial loss, but the last one that he had this week. He was sticky in coverage, and his strength in drills that favor wide receivers will go a long way for his draft stock.
Lorenzo O’Neal, S, Texas A&M
O’Neal could be just what the Chicago Bears need as a versatile safety who could compliment Eddie Jackson. He was awarded the top safety of the week and was all over the place making big tackles and sticking his head into the run game.
Jalen Pitre, DB, Baylor
Jalen Pitre showed the versatility that teams will love. He can move from the slot to centerfield and even the outside if you want him to. Pitre showed well at every position and was a presence in the slot during the game.
JT Woods, S, Baylor
Pitre had the better week, but the Baylor Bears teammate had the game-sealing interception. He is more of a defined safety, but he was a ball hawk throughout the season and showed once again what he is the best at. Teams want to turn the ball over, and will look to the fact that he gets them in games, practices, and exhibitions and think highly of that skill.