Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft Prospects Visits

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  1. latorreedgar

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    Here are some of the players they Bears have met with so far
    [​IMG]Chicago Bears:
    Walt Aikens, DB, Liberty (PRI)
    Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson (SR)
    Xavius Boyd, LB, Western Kentucky (INT)
    Deone Bucannon, DB, Washington State (PRI)
    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, DB, Alabama (PRI)
    Aaron Donald, DL, Pittsburgh (COM)
    Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT, McGill (INT)
    Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech (PRI)
    Marqueston Huff, DB, Wyoming (PRO)
    Gabe Ikard, OL, Oklahoma (COM)
    Al Louis-Jean, DB, Boston College (PRO)
    Jordan Lynch, QB, Northern Illinois (COM)
    Louis Nix, DL, Notre Dame (PRI)
    Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama (PRO)
    Calvin Pryor, DB, Louisville (PRI)
    De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon (PRI)
    James White, RB, Wisconsin (PRI)
    SR - Senior Bowl meeting.
    EW - East-West Shrine meeting.
    COM - Combine meeting.
    INT - Interested.
    VINT - Very Interested.
    PRO - Pro Day or campus meeting/workout.
    LOC - Local visit.
    PRI - Private visit.
    % - indicates more than one meeting.
    # - indicates meeting set up outside of the 2014 Senior Bowl or the 2014 East-West Shrine Game
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    soulman Pro-Bowler SuperFan DBS Writer

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    So by my count they've had private meetings with just 7 of the 30 they're permitted and any of those who would be like 1st or 2nd round picks are on this list. Thanks edgar.
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    Bearstuff Yes, in the woods. Staff Member SuperFan

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    And judging by Emery's history, we can be assured that we won't be picking anyone who came in for a private visit.
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    Kyle Long visited for TWO days last year - Emery picked him so I don't know what you are saying there......

    And if I remember correctly, I don't remember anybody talking about that visit; I think it was pretty much under the radar and not many knew about it. If you are going by a list that somebody created, I'm sure it's not all that accurate. More goes on behind the scene than we know.
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    soulman Pro-Bowler SuperFan DBS Writer

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    Buwhahaaaa, only the NFL knows for sure............and the Shadow of course. :lol 027:
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    Bearsinhouston Position Coach

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    I don't think we have a clue to the real number and I think that's just the way Emery wants it.
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    Here is the list I found but still don't think that every one is made public

    Chicago Bears

    Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. [V]

    Lindenwood cornerback Pierre Decir.

    Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller. [V]

    Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch. (local prospect workout)

    Notre Dame defensive tackle Louis Nix. [V]

    Louisville safety Calvin Pryor. [V]

    Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees.

    Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton. [V]

    Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas. [V]

    Wisconsin running back James White. [W]

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