A pair of unique softball plays, a barehanded baseball catch, a football kick and basketball dunk make up a short but sweet top plays of April.
Bears have had only seven No. 1 picks in the past 10 years, and since 2006 only two overall picks have come from Illinois.
Chicago-area alum could be drafted as high as 15th and is likely to be the first wide receiver selected in the NFL Draft, maybe by the Tennessee Titans.
Team: Football ( Chicago Tribune - 8/27/2015)
Team: Football ( NewsPressNow - 1/27/2015)
Team: Football ( MaxPreps - 10/26/2014)
Team: Football ( NWI Prep Sports - 10/12/2013)