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Is it possible for the Bears to have yet another stud receiver on their roster? Marquess Wilson has all the makings of a very special slot receiver.
At 6'3'', Wilson is similar in height to Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. He's not as strong as them though, but can use those long arms to create separation off the line of scrimmage.
Last season was basically a redshirt season for Wilson. He had only two catches in 10 games. Going into 2014, Wilson has the inside track to be the third receiver. His size, athleticism and ability could be a potential nightmare for the rest of the league.
Most defenses are going to have to pay a ton of attention to Marshall and Jeffery. Factor in Martellus Bennett and Matt Forte and that leaves a smaller safety or nickel corner one-on-one against Wilson.
Wilson can feast on nickel coverage. He set a single-season reception record back at Washington State with 82 catches. Despite his short time in college, Wilson still managed to set the school's all-time receiving yardage record.
During this offseason, Wilson has been working out with Marshall and Jeffery. The most important takeaways from his time with two Pro Bowl receivers are the little things like footwork, hand placement, body control and putting his foot in the ground to make big cuts.
The sky is the limit for Wilson. He could be a player who has around 40 catches and five touchdowns in this high-powered offense.