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Film study: New Bears CB Kindle Vildor brings physicality and swagger to defense

Check out this lightning-quick scouting report on the newest Bears defensive back, Kindle Vildor.

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With the No. 163 overall pick the 2020 NFL draft, the Bears added some more depth to their secondary in Georgia Southern cornerback Kindle Vildor.

The 5-foot-10, 191-pound Vildor was a three-year starter in college, and he concluded his collegiate career with impressive numbers in the stat sheet. With 9 interceptions and 25 pass deflections in those three seasons in the starting lineup, he is a proven producer with good ball skills, impressive physicality, tackling ability, and plenty of confidence and swagger on the field.

He projects similarly to Buster Skrine as a physical nickelback in the Bears’ defense, as well as an instant standout on special teams. To get a better understanding of what to expect from Vildor, check out my Twitter thread on the rookie:

What do you guys think of the selection of Kindle Vildor? Let me know in the comments, or let me know in the replies of the thread above.

Jacob and EJ tag teamed some analysis of Vildor’s game with Robert Schmitz on his latest podcast right here: