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Film study: New Bears OL Arlington Hambright offers developmental upside

Take a look at one of the Bears’ seventh-round picks, offensive lineman Arlington Hambright.

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With the No. 226 pick in the 2020 NFL draft, the Bears added some offensive line depth in the form of Colorado offensive lineman Arlington Hambright.

A graduate transfer from Oklahoma State, Hambright is a 6-foot-4, 307-pound lineman who played left tackle at Colorado but can likely play at guard if called upon, as well. He is an athletic blocker who brings plenty of intrigue in his combination of size and speed for the offensive line position.

In addition to fellow seventh-round pick, Middle Tennessee State offensive lineman Lachavious Simmons, Hambright brings some youth and depth to Chicago’s offensive line, and his physical tools make him an enticing long-term developmental project.

For more on Hambright, take a look at my Twitter thread on the new Bear:

What are your thoughts on the selection of Hambright? Let me know in the comments, or tell me in the replies of the three listed above.

For more on the Bears two seventh round offensive linemen, check out Robert Schmitz’s Bear With Me Podcast where he’s joined by our Lead Draft Analyst Jacob Infante.