Chuck Harris was probably one of the best pure pass rushers to slide under the radar this draft season. And he will be Joining Khalil Mack in Chicago according to Rachel Lenzi at the Buffalo News
Hailing from Detroit, MI, Harris had only played three seasons of organized football before donning the Blue and White. His freshman and sophomore seasons he was a role player, rotating in as a reserve DE in a combined 23 games. However, when Harris was given the chance to take over the starting role as a junior, UB fans started to see his NFL potential. In 12 games Harris piled up 73 tackles, 4 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, and a defensive TD, leading to third team all-MAC honors. Harris’ senior year was hampered by injury, missing 3 full games, however he battled through the injuries and posted a career high 6.5 sacks to go along with 45 tackles in 11 games.
The Bears already have an amazing outside pass rusher, you may have heard of him. But the team has been showing interest in Harris for a couple of months now as someone to compliment that on the other side.
Chicago has an amazing defense so working his way onto the roster will be a real challenge
If you want to follow their journey towards making an NFL game day roster keep reading Bull Run or head over to Windy City Grid Iron the home of the Bears on SBNation.