2015 Chicago Bears undrafted free agents

The Bears signed 15 undrafted free agents after Saturday’s draft. Here’s a closer look at each player:

Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina: Three-year starter. Scouts rave about Carden’s intangibles. Arm strength a concern. Left ECU with 11,991 passing yards and 86 touchdowns.

Bryce Callahan, CB, Rice: Selected to play in the East-West Shrine game. Callahan intercepted 13 passes in four seasons at Rice.

Brian Vogler, TE, Alabama: The 6-foot-7, 262-pound Vogler ran in the 4.7 40-yard dash range at Alabama’s pro day. Not a pass-catching threat. Vogler had just six receptions in 2014.

John Timu, LB, Washington: Timu is a two-time captain at Washington. Returned two interceptions for touchdowns last year.

Anthony Jefferson, S, UCLA: Two-year starter. Jefferson ranked third on the Bruins’ defense last season in tackles (72) and tied for team lead in pass-break-ups (eight).

Olsen Pierre, DL, Miami: Good size at 6-5, 300 pounds. Pierre started 36 games his final three seasons at Miami and left school with 96 tackles, nine tackles-for-loss and 2.5 sacks.

Jacoby Glenn, CB, Central Florida: Co-Defensive Player of the Year in the American Athletic Conference. Declared for the draft after his redshirt sophomore season. Seven interceptions in 2014.

Levi Norwood, WR, Baylor: A 6-2, 200-pound receiver, he caught 128 passes in four years at Baylor. Norwood is an experienced return man. He ran back two punts for scores in 2013.

Chad Hamilton, OL, Coastal Carolina: 2014 consensus All-American. Hamilton did receive an NFL combine invitation. Three-year starter at left tackle who also played left guard in 2011.

Rick Lovato, LS, Old Dominion: Lovato served as Old Dominion’s top long snapper for four consecutive seasons. The Cleveland Browns reportedly had interest in Lovato after the draft.

Qumain Black, CB, East Central University: 6-1, 190 pound defensive back. Has potential value on special teams. Black returned kickoffs at East Central University.

Cameron Jefferson, OL, Arkansas: Three-year starter at UNLV before he transferred to Arkansas. Has experience at left guard, left tackle and right tackle.

Jeremiah Detmer, K, Toledo: Made 88.4 percent of his field goals at Toledo – 66 of 77. Career-long is 52 yards.

Jonathan Anderson, LB, TCU: Appeared in 51 games with just 16 starts. Anderson registered 10 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles in four years.

Cameron Meredith, WR, Illinois State: Led the Redbirds with 66 receptions for 1,061 yards receiving and nine touchdowns in 2014. Meredith is a tall target at 6-3.