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2020 NFL Draft: Which prospects have the Bears met with?

Check out some of the prospects the Bears have been rumored to have met with the last few months.

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We’ve spotlighted a few of the prospects the Chicago Bears have met with since the college season ended, but with the pandemic throwing off the regular plans for meetings, pro days, top 30 visits, and secret rendezvous, teams have turned to video conferencing to have most of their player contact.

Teams did talk face to face with players at the NFL Combine and the postseason college all-star games, but it’s no where near the amount of interaction we’re used to seeing at this point.

Joe Tidei, @JoeyProspects on Twitter, and one of the hosts of the Chicago Bulls themed 3 Alphas Podcast, has been compiling a list of all the prospect the Bears have met with in a Google Document, but I wanted to share a couple of the “name” players at each position here with you guys.


Jake Fromm, Georgia

James Morgan, FIU

Running backs

Darius “Jet” Anderson, TCU

Dre Brown, Illinois

Wide receivers

Denzel Mims, Baylor

Darnell Mooney, Tulane

Tight ends

Cole Kmet, Notre Dame

Brycen Hopkins, Purdue

Offensive tackle

Charlie Heck, North Carolina

Josh Jones, Houston

Offensive guard

Robert Hunt, La.-Lafayette

Damien Lewis, LSU


Matt Hennessy, Temple

Cesar Ruiz, Michigan

Defensive line

Darrion Daniels, Nebraska

Marlon Davidson, Auburn


Bradlee Anae, Utah

Trevis Gipson, Tulsa


Akeem Davis-Gaither Appalachian State

Michael Pinckney, Miami


Kristian Fulton, LSU

Troy Pride, Notre Dame


Antoine Brooks Jr., Maryland

Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois

For the full list be sure to check out his Google Doc right here.

And if you guys know of any other prospects that Joe may have missed, be sure to share the link in the comment section below.