I like how Emery and Trestman kick the tires on a lot of players. I realize some like to think an UDFA, like Lynch for example, has about zero chance to make the Bears final roster. But rosters have always been supported by a healthy percentage of talented UDFA's. Last year almost 1/3 of the players on NFL rosters were UDFA's at one time. There are several UDFA's in the Hall of Fame. On the flip side of the coin, there are countless 1st round draft picks that end up total busts. There was a 10 year draft study posted here a few months ago that put the 1st round bust-rate at over 40%. That's just 1st rounders. So just because a guy didn't get drafted, it doesn't mean he can't end up helping the Bears team, and even end up being an impact player. The NFL draft is not a science. I think we sometimes get over-enamored with the idea that it is a science. But it's a crap shoot at best. We ohh and ahh over 40yd times and other metrics as if there's some nickle-dime software program that can predict success in the NFL from the numbers. Or we worship what Mel Almighty Kiper says as gospel (or the the talking heads at ESPN). We often discount kids from smaller schools as if they can't make the jump to the NFL. But the fact remains this is NOT a science, and every year there are guys who were touted as "can't miss" draft prospects that ultimately bust. And no-name kids who end up being rock-solid NFL players.