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    Bears draft Stephen Denmark in the 7th round


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    63 212 ran a 4.46 40

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    His hair looks a bit like Peanut ...

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    I don't mind this. Big athlete, probably practice squad.

    Would have liked one of the big names left on the board but whatever.

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    Thinking PS player this year .. but promising

    "His size and workout numbers are the rarest I've ever seen at cornerback and I've been doing this for a long time. The tape is rough, but just the chance to work with that potential to see what happens is worth a sixth(-round pick), I would think." -- National scout with AFC team


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    Raw, receiver turned cornerback project with elite physical traits and athletic tools, but a complete lack of coverage fundamentals that shows up time and again on tape. The traits will have defensive back coaches day-dreaming of his potential as a physical press-and-trail cornerback if they can get the footwork and feel for the position squared away. Denmark is nowhere near ready and will need to be re-built from the ground up. His range, length and toughness in run support could allow for a move to safety at some point.

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    Looking forward to seeing who we sign as UDFAs, my guess is there will be quite a few

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearfanrp View Post
    Looking forward to seeing who we sign as UDFAs, my guess is there will be quite a few
    I believe Pace said earlier in the week that they were going to very active there since their draft capital was limited this year.

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    This kid also had a 43.5inch Vertical jump.

    The old "planet earth" theory... there just aren't many people with that kind of athleticism on planet earth... He'll need time learn the game, having only played corner for a single year against weak competition, but this kid is overflowing with upside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epyon View Post
    This kid also had a 43.5inch Vertical jump.

    The old "planet earth" theory... there just aren't many people with that kind of athleticism on planet earth... He'll need time learn the game, having only played corner for a single year against weak competition, but this kid is overflowing with upside.
    basically you said we want to make sure this kid is a bear when we see if that potential is going to turn out, if you let him hit UDFA he could go anywhere.


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    After the 3rd round pick, I was hoping for a CB.

    We'll how he turns out. Pagano is a DB coach by trade, maybe he can turn this kid into a stud.

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    I think he looks like a real willing tackler. Looks like he loves contact.

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