Position: Left tackle.
Pick: 1st round, 29th overall.
School: Boston College.
Height, weight: 6 feet 7 inches, 313 pounds.
Quick look: Massive physical blocker expected to win starting left tackle job, replacing released vet Blake Brockermeyer. … Two-year starter did not allow a sack in 20 games playing right and left tackle. … First-team All-Big East selection. Missed final three games of 2001 with knee injury but returned for bowl game. … 5.54 seconds in 40-yard dash; 410-pound bench press. … Sociology major working on second degree.
Pick: 3rd round, 72nd overall.
Height, weight: 5-11, 204.
Quick look: Big corner will have shot at starting job, where Bears need size after losing Walt Harris. … Lacks polish but is athletic, strong for a defensive back and has more quickness than pure speed. … 4.57 seconds in 40. … Accomplished kickoff returner who averaged 25.3 yards on 44 kickoff returns. … Must beat out Jerry Azumah and Reggie Austin on the depth chart opposite R.W. McQuarters.
Position: Offensive lineman.
Pick: 3rd round, 93rd overall.
Height, weight: 6-3, 316.
Quick look: Primarily a tackle at Ole Miss, projected by some as a guard but will get opportunity at tackle with Bears. … Did not allow a sack in final two years after switching to left tackle, part of line that allowed only 10 sacks in 2001. … First- or second-team All-American by variety of organizations. … 5.31 seconds in 40. … 500-pound bench press.
Position: Defensive end
Pick: 4th round, 103rd overall
Height, weight: 6 feet 3 inches, 260 pounds
Quick look: Speed rusher with speed and quickness to beat tackles off the edge. … 31 sacks over final three seasons, 10.5 in 2001. … 4.74 seconds in 40. … Talent level overshadowed by concerns about consistency, dropping him from possible late-first round to fourth. … Will push Karon Riley, last year's fourth-rounder, for roster spot.
Pick: 5th round, 140th overall
School: Louisiana Tech
Height, weight: 6-0, 209
Quick look: Has shot at starting as he will challenge Mike Green to be replacement for Tony Parrish, who went to S.F. in free agency. … Physical player more accustomed to playing strong safety close to line of scrimmage in run support. … Needs experience in coverage.
Pick: 5th round, 165th overall
Height, weight: 6-2, 240
Quick look: Primarily a defensive end in college but projects as outside linebacker. … Special teams play will be crucial to roster spot. … Recruited by Pitt as wide receiver. … Had 20 sacks over his last two seasons, despite injuries early last season. … Bench presses 385.
Position: Running back
Pick: 6th round, 199th overall
School: Georgia Southern
Height, weight: 5-10, 214
Quick look: Younger brother of Colts standout linebacker Mike Peterson. … More of a fullback in college, with little pass-catching experience. … Carried 281 times for 1,612 yards in 2001 after 338 carries for 2,056 yards and 19 TDs in 2000. … 365 carries for 2,606 yards and 34 TDs with playoffs in 1999. … 4.62 seconds in the 40.
Position: Wide receiver
Pick: 6th round, 203rd pick overall
Height, weight: 6 feet, 181 pounds
Quick look: 4.47 sec. in 40. … Will be one of tallest receivers for Bears and will have a look as kick returner. … 1,337 receiving yards in 2000, eight TDs. … 30 receptions last season for 514 yards (17.1-yard avg.). … Track and field star at Delaware. … Business major.
Position: Tight end
Pick: 6th round, 210th pick overall
Height, weight: 6 feet, 5 inches, 235 pounds
Quick look: 4.73 sec. in 40. … Brother of former Wisconsin running back Terrell, now with San Diego. … 11 catches in 2001, 33 for college career. … Not a strong run blocker. … makes Bears only NFL team having three players with first name Bryan spelled with 'y.'