The Bears on Sunday agreed to terms with three players who tried out at their rookie minicamp over the weekend: Connecticut defensive lineman Kenton Adeyemi, Colorado State-Pueblo receiver Kieren Duncan and North Dakota State punter Ben LeCompte.
Wide receiver Kieren Duncan
Adeyemi appeared in 12 games each of the last two seasons at Connecticut, recording 31 tackles, one sack and five tackles-for-loss in 2014 and 28 tackles, two sacks and 3.5 tackles-for-loss in 2015.
Duncan played in 46 games over four seasons at CSU-Pueblo, catching 112 passes for 1,914 yards and 14 touchdowns and averaging 27.7 yards with one touchdown on 39 kickoff returns and 10.4 yards on 36 punt returns.
LeCompte, a Barrington High School graduate, was a two-time FCS All-American and three-time All-Missouri Valley Conference performer who ranks fourth in FCS history with a 44.55 punting average. He had 14 punts of at least 60 yards and two of at least 70, including a career-long 75-yarder.