The Chicago Bears ended up deeply tied to the two best offensive line potential clients in very last year’s draft — simply because they ended up equally coached by their offensive line mentor Harry Hiestand.
Notre Dame isn’t sending the likes of Quenton Nelson and Mike McGlinchey into the 2019 NFL Draft, but there is one particular offensive line prospect from the Preventing Irish who is at the NFL merge.
Alex Bars skipped most of very last time with torn ligaments in his knee, but he was coached by Hiestand for 4 decades before.
Bars met with the Bears at the merge on Wednesday evening, and he could slide right in the array that Ryan Pace is finding this year.
He has beginning expertise at equally guard places and right deal with below Hiestand’s tutelage, with the likely to fill in as a backup on the interior early in his job.
The Bears must know extra about Bars than any other group in the NFL, and he could be a extra very likely select for Chicago than Nelson or McGlinchey very last year.