In the sixth round, the Bears selected Nevada cornerback Isaiah Frey.
At least from NFL analysts and pundits, Frey didn't foster a whole lot of buzz or excitement. CBS Sports had him ranked as the 453rd best prospect, the 48th best at his position.
But, Frey has what every other Bears draft pick has: size and speed.
He's 5 foot 10, 190 pounds, and he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.46 seconds. Those are impressive numbers.
He led the Wolf Pack with five interceptions, and he was named a preseason All-American by Sports Illustrated. But, he wasn't overwhelming enough to get an invite to the NFL Combine or many post-season all-star games.
A three-year starter, he led his conference with 21 pass break ups last season.