The Bears are continuing their search for a wide receiver and will head to Athens, Ga., next week to work out Georgia wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi next week.
Massaquoi is a big receiver at 6-2, 210 pounds, and he performed well at his pro day last month, running the 40-yard dash between 4.47 seconds and 4.53 seconds depending on the watch. His broad jump is 10-7, and he's considered a high character guy as a captain for the Bulldogs. Massaquoi and North Carolina's Hakeem Nicks, another player the Bears are interested in, were high school teammates.
The Bears are not the only team zeroing in on Massaquoi. He's already had private workouts with New England and Detroit, the latter of which occurred Tuesday in conjunction with quarterback Matthew Stafford's workout. Massaquoi has visits lined up with Dallas and Tennessee. Chances are he will be a second-round selection.