While it is fair to say that the Chicago Bears aren't as bad at wide receiver as some might think,…
NFL Draft Q&A: QB Dan LeFevour
John Crist: I know you're now the offensive coordinator at Cincinnati, but you were the quarterbacks coach at Central Michigan for three years before that and an assistant with the Bears for three years before that. When you first arrived at CMU, Dan LeFevour was coming off a successful freshman season. What was your initial impression of him? Mike Bajakian: Right off the bat, you could tell he was a real motivated, driven player. He had a lot of raw skill, obviously a very good athlete, and one of the first issues we addressed was his footwork and drop technique and try to establish some rhythm and things like that. But you could tell right off the bat that, from an intangible standpoint, he had that "it" factor and very intelligent and really a sponge. A very grounded individual that was always looking to improve. No matter how much success he had, whether it was as a freshman, sophomore, etc., whatever year it was, his head never got big and he was always looking to get better...
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