One of the best events of the year that scouts and writers use to evaluate players is the Senior Bowl, which pits top NCAA seniors from around the nation against each other in what is essentially a collegiate Pro Bowl of sorts.
The game will feature some fantastic talent that, in many cases, falls outside the first or even second day of the draft. And the Bears' new GM, whoever that may be, will have an eye on the game to add a bit more insight into the play of these men.
Eight of the players on the roster seem to be ideally suited to what the Bears do and should garner a bit of extra attention from Chicago, especially a few of the wide receivers.
While it's the top picks that gather the crowds, it's really the later-round picks that require the most attention. Finding talented kids who fit your scheme is far easier when the talent pool has hardly been touched. Finding that talent in the later rounds is far more difficult.
Who must the Bears scout when the Senior Bowl kicks off? Follow ahead to take a peak.