Like they did in the draft itself, the Chicago Bears appear to have put a priority on athleticism when signing undrafted free agents, something that could pay off.
While most players go undrafted because of physical limitations such as size or speed, the Bears managed to find a bunch of players who have the necessary requirements to be NFL players.
Before anyone gets to excited, it's important to remember that each of the players the Bears signed went undrafted for a reason. It takes more than a blend of size and speed to make it in the NFL. Players have to have a great work ethic and dedication to their team, especially if they're going to fight the uphill battle of making the roster after not being drafted.
Most undrafted free agents don't pan out. They're in camp one year and never heard from again. For that reason, I didn't hand out any "A" grades. I also did not hand out any "F's" because there is no real risk involved with giving these young players a chance to prove themselves in camp.
That said, some have better shots than others, so here are the grades the Bears get for signing each.