2012 NFL Combine: 20 Prospects Chicago Bears Coaches Will Be Tracking Closely

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2012 NFL Combine: 20 Prospects Chicago Bears Coaches Will Be Tracking Closely
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This February, over 300 of the best college football players will be invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. For the Bears, this is a critical opportunity.

Not every college player will attend, but this is where the Bears talent evaluators will get to see and hear from the players they hope to draft in April.

The Bears have been represented at the Senior Bowl and have already scouted some players who have made an early impression. But now that they have named Phil Emery the new GM, it will be interesting to see how he scouts the Combine.  

The Combine will be held from Feb. 22 through 28, and it is not open to the general public. The draft begins April 26, so this will be some teams' last chance to see players they are thinking about drafting.

We know the Bears, like many teams, have needs. They need wideouts, offensive linemen and cornerbacks, to name a few of their more pressing requirements.

Players who play those positions will all be available when the Bears start drafting. But to make sure they get the right players will be the key.

Let's take a look at some guys the Bears ought to be looking at.

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