Over the course of the past year, Grizzly Detail has given Jerry Angelo many, many suggestions of offensive linemen in the draft. Jay Cutler was the most-sacked QB in the league in 2010. The line could use help. Here's a rundown of all of our favorites:
Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin: He's a favorite of both the Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice and Grizzly Detail due to his polished, NFL-ready style, and his overwhelming confidence. There's a good chance that he won't be around for the Bears at the 29th pick, but we'll still keep our fingers crossed.
Tim Barnes, Missouri: The center is projected to go in the fourth or fifth round, but his size and comfort with pass-heavy systems could make him a steal for the Bears.
Keith Williams, Nebraska: A tackle with the size and seasoning to fit in on the Bears' line
Bo Thran, Oregon: A big, athletic lineman who could open holes for Matt Forte who also has a great name and a big heart
Marcus Cannon, TCU: The well-known gym rat received bad news this week. He was diagnose with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and though it's considere treatable, he has more important things than football on his mind.
Chase Beeler, Stanford: A center who helped the Cardinal create offensive explosions
Danny Watkins, Baylor: The 26-year-old Canadian has shown tremendous potential
Mike Pouncey, Florida: A center who has shown versatility on the line whose twin brother is in the NFL
Trade the Pick: In the final installment, we realized that it might not be a bad idea for the Bears to trade the pick for more draft picks because the Bears need bodies.