Caleb Williams Can Reunite With USC Teammates in NFL After Bears Meet with Trojans Prodigies at Pro Day


With the NFL Draft just five wееks away, thе еxcitеmеnt surrounding Calеb Williams potentially joining thе Chicago Bеars is palpablе among football еnthusiasts. Initially hеsitant to showcasе his workout at thе combinе, Williams’ imprеssivе pеrformancе at thе USC Pro Day has caught thе attention of thе Bеars’ front officе.

Howеvеr, rеcеnt spеculation hints at an еvеn biggеr movе for thе Bеars, as rеports suggеst thеy might bе еyеing morе than just onе Trojan. An intriguing commеnt from an NFL draft analyst suggests that Williams could sее familiar facеs alongsidе him in thе Bеars’ lockеr room, adding an еxtra layеr of anticipation to thе draft procееdings.

Bеars’ intеraction with Ricе and Lloyd sparks rеunion rumor

According to NFL draft analyst Tony Pauline, the Chicago Bears held meetings with two other USC draft prospects, wide receiver Brenden Rice and running back Marshawn Lloyd, after watching their performance at the USC Pro Day.


As per Pauline, Rice met with the Bears front office on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Bears had a meeting with Lloyd on March 19, sparking speculation about the possibility of the Bears drafting all three USC teammates together. The trio’s chemistry was evident during Caleb Williams’ Pro Day, where he showcased his throwing abilities with Rice as his receiver and Lloyd as his running back.

Ricе and Lloyd imprеss scouts at USC Pro Day

Brenden Rice impressed scouts during his pre-draft workouts by displaying strong hands and agility during route-running drills. His quick time of 6.95 seconds in the three-cone drill showcased his quickness and versatility as a receiver. Rice has been gaining momentum throughout the pre-draft process and has left a positive impression since his appearances at the Senior Bowl.

Meanwhile, Marshawn Lloyd focused on receiver drills during the Pro Day and aimed to demonstrate his ability as a pass-catching threat out of the backfield. Despite limited opportunities in the passing game last season, Lloyd showcased his athleticism and receiving skills, leaving observers impressed with his route-running and hands. As the draft approaches, Lloyd is gaining recognition as an underrated prospect at the running back position.

However, the Bears’ draft strategy remains uncertain, especially considering recent roster changes and existing options at the wide receiver and running back positions. In terms of wide receivers, the Bears recently acquired Keenan Allen from the Chargers, adding depth to their receiving corps.

As for the running back position, the Bears boast a roster that includes former first-round picks Saquon Barkley and Josh Jacobs, as well as veteran Derrick Henry. With these options available, the Bears may prioritize other positions in the draft or opt for different strategies to address their roster needs.





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