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WCG Radio, Episode 21: 2018 Scouting Combine previews

This weekend in Indianapolis sets the tone for a bunch of players the Bears' could consider at positions of need. Benjamin Solak helps break it all down.

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Every year when the Scouting Combine arrives, that signals the beginning of draft season in earnest. An effective four-day job interview for NFL hopefuls, the weekend in Indianapolis is a topper for NFL teams to stack onto film evaluations of their next ideal selected franchise players in April.

The Bears from that respect with Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy are no different. After finding their quarterback of the future in Mitchell Trubisky last year, the organization now sets it's sights on protecting their quarterback, surrounding him with weapons, and finishing a potentially dominant defense for complimentary football.

To preview everything for the Bears at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine, draft analyst Benjamin Solak of NDT Scouting hopped on WCG Radio to discuss a myriad of top storylines and evaluations for Chicago to consider this weekend. This is when draft season legitimately becomes fun!

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On this episode of WCG Radio

Benjamin Solak of NDT Scouting helps preview the Scouting Combine from a Bears’ perspective and delves into all the relevant storylines.

  • Since the Bears have Trubisky, who is this year’s riser at quarterback that can push talent down? Going through the possibilities before Chicago picks at No. 8.
  • The biggest Combine risers at each Bears’ need position (Edge, receiver, offensive tackle, running back, tight end, cornerback). This is where the shorts Olympics really comes into play.
  • Sleepers and top guys at each Bears’ need. (Keep an eye out on those Josh Sweat medicals!)
  • If you had to choose, do you save: The Porg, Groot, or the Ewoks? Choose carefully and correctly.

Robert Zeglinski is the Bears beat writer for The Rock River Times, an editor for Windy City Gridiron and Inside The Pylon, and contributor to The Athletic Chicago and Pro Football Weekly. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.