The first day of workouts at the 2023 NFL Combine is in the books. It featured on-field work and athletic testing for linebackers and defensive linemen, two position groups the Chicago Bears are certain to target in the 2023 NFL Draft.
If the Bears decide to keep the No. 1 overall pick, there’s a good chance they’ll use it on Will Anderson Jr., who checked every box during his workout Thursday. But we already know Anderson is a stud. It’s time to look at some other draft prospects who impressed at the Combine and inserted themselves into the Chicago Bears NFL Draft conversation.
Here are four prospects who helped their draft stock on Day 1 of the NFL Combine.