Chicago Bears 2014 Draft Class

Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller, center, shakes the hand of Chicago Bears' general manager Phil Emery, as head coach Marc Trestman watches before Fuller was introduced as the team's first-round draft pick at an NFL football news conference Friday, May 9, 2014, in Lake Forest, Ill. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

The Bears ushered in a new group of rookies during Draft Weekend. Here are all of Chicago Football's stories of the Bears' draftees.

Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller (first round, 14th overall)

Bears go corner first overall, get player with desired physicality and versatility

Hub Arkush: Fuller the right guy at the right time

Arthur Arkush: Fuller a nice pick, but the safest?

Musick: Fuller fits mold as Bears' top pick

Kevin Fishbain breaks down Fuller's game vs. Alabama

Fuller's high school coach called him the most natural corner he had ever seen

Kyle Fuller meets the media at Halas Hall

LSU DT Ego Ferguson (second round, 51st overall)

Bears snag raw, run-stopping prospect with plenty of upside

Arthur Arkush: Ferguson brings Bears depth and immediate help at DT

Watch Kevin and Arthur discuss the Bears' going with upside by taking Ego Ferguson

Arizona State DT Will Sutton (third round, 82nd overall)

Bears take two-time Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, Will Sutton

Hub's draft profile of Sutton

Our Chicago Football writers react to the Bears taking Will Sutton

Arizona RB Ka'Deem Carey (fourth round, 117th overall)

Bears go offense to start Day Three, get instinctive back in Carey

How will Carey's skill set complement Matt Forte in the Bears' backfield?

Hub and Kevin break down the Bears' newest running back, Ka'Deem Carey

Minnesota S Brock Vereen (fourth round, 131st overall)

Bears finally get their safety after trading back into the fourth round

An athletically-gifted safety with great bloodlines, a look at how Vereen will factor in the safety competition

Watch Hub and Arthur discuss the move to draft Vereen, and what he brings to the field

San Jose State QB David Fales (sixth round, 183rd overall)

So much for the Bears not drafting a QB, as Trestman and Emery grab Fales

Hub breaks down David Fales and how he fits with the Bears' quarterback room

Arthur on why Fales fits with the Bears' offense, but also why he fell to Round 6

Watch Hub and Arthur discuss the Bears' decision to draft a quarterback

Miami (Fla.) P Pat O'Donnell (sixth round, 191st overall)

The Bears' punting competition gets quite the athlete in O'Donnell

Why draft a punter in the sixth? Well, the Bears need one

Boise State OT Charles Leno Jr. (seventh round, 246th overall)

The Bears concluded the draft with a tackle who has long arms and plenty of starting experience

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