No sooner than we get up a post reviewing the options the Bears could have for selecting a wide receiver in the second round, word comes that another private workout is on the way.
The Bears will put Oklahoma wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias through a private workout on Tuesday.
While the Bears drafted Mark Bradley out of OU in the second round in 2005, that was more of a projection. He didn't have the production. There is no shortage of production with Iglesias, who had 74 receptions for 1,150 yards and 10 touchdowns last season with the Sooners. He runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds and might dip into the high 4.4's. He's considered a solid route runner who maintains his speed well in and out of breaks. He will do the dirty work over the middle also.
Iglesias has been receiving considerable interest from the division rival Minnesota Vikings. Coach Brad Childress and personnel boss Rick Spielman attended his pro day in Norman, Okla. Iglesias will have a pre-draft visit to Minnesota on Wednesday. Add him to the Bears' list. We've updated our utterly unofficial list of visits and workouts here.