2012 NFL Draft, Sixth Round: Bears Draft CB Isaiah Frey

In the sixth-round (184th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Bears added cornerback Isaiah Frey.
Frey, 5’11″, 188 lbs, made 141 tackles, seven interceptions and two forced fumbles in four years at the University of Nevada.
He reeled in five interceptions this past season along with 37 tackles and a career high 21 pass deflections. He was named first-team all-WAC because of his success.
He showed durability by not missing a single game in his college career.
He ran a 4.46 40-yard dash, which is a decent time for a cornerback. He is still a little raw. He will likely find himself earning his way onto the team through special teams.
According to Sideline Scouting, these are Frey’s negatives: “Needs to show he can be physical when needed, he doesn’t bring that part of his game on a consistent basis… Lateral movement gives him trouble in coverage and is exposed easily.”
Here are some positives given

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