5 realistic Chicago Bears offensive line targets at 2022 NFL Combine

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The Chicago Bears should watch Ed Ingram at the 2022 NFL Combine


College: LSU

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 317 lbs

Best trait: Sound technique

Before we get into Ed Ingram’s draft profile, there are issues to address. Ingram was suspended the entirety of the 2018 season after he was arrested and accused of sexual assault of a minor. The following year, in September, the charges were mysteriously dropped. Ingram returned to the field for LSU and continued playing well, on his way to making a case for the NFL.

To sum up Ingram, overall, it would be to say that he is good at a lot of things but fails to provide any elite characteristics. Because of that, he is not seen as a Day 1 or maybe even a Day 2 prospect. Depending on his Combine, Ingram might end up as high as the third round. Right now, he’s a middle-round prospect.

The best thing that can be said about Ingram is the fact that he’s always looking to do something. He’s always moving. His hands and feet are always active. His technique is very sound when it comes to hand placement and footwork.

Without either elite strength or athletic traits, though, he might still fall in the second half of the draft. The way Eberflus conducts his practices and demands his guys to run hard, Ingram could be one who improves in terms of his speed and athleticism. He’s one to watch this week, for sure.