Two more names have surfaced of players who visited Halas Hall last week, bringing to 13 the total number of names we have learned on the Bears' list of pre-draft visits.
Scout.com's Adam Caplan reports that Texas Christian running back Aaron Brown and West Virginia cornerback Ellis Lankster were in town for a look. Both are considered potential late-round draft selections. Brown rushed for 2,616 yards for the Horned Frogs but is considered a little slim at 6-foot, 200 pounds. Lankster, 5-9, 191, did well for himself at the Senior Bowl and is believed to be a player the Bears have their eyes on. College scouting director Greg Gabriel attended the Mountaineers' pro day.
Ed Thompson of Scout.com also reported that the Bears were one of a handful of teams to attend a personal pro day for Wisconsin linebacker DeAndre Levy on Thursday in Madison, Wis. Levy had been battling a pulled hamstring. He's just the latest late-round prospect at linebacker that the Bears have taken a look at.
Clubs are permitted to bring in 30 players for pre-draft visits. There is no limit to the number of workouts teams can conduct on campuses or in the hometown of prospects.