Photo courtesy: Aurora
Photo courtesy: Aurora

Bears invite D3 All-American Chris Toth to rookie mini-camp

by - Senior Editor -

Orland Park native Chris Toth has been given an opportunity to showcase his skills as he has accepted a rookie minicamp invitation from the Chicago Bears, according to sources.

Toth, a D3 All-American tackle from Aurora University, is the first-ever player from his school to be selected to the Hula Bowl.

He was named Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference First-Team All-Conference, earned First-Team All-Region recognition from, and was named First-Team All-American in 2021.

The 6-foot-6, 302-pound offensive tackle anchored the Spartan offensive line that averaged 493.8 total yards per game, 215.2 yards rushing, and 278.6 passing yards per game.

Toth's athleticism and impressive performances on the field resulted in him being ranked 231st out of 1282 offensive tackles in the 2023 draft class, with a score of 8.21 RAS out of a possible 10.00.

Toth attended Carl Sandburg High School in Orland Park, where he played football, basketball, and volleyball.

Toth's invitation to the Bears' rookie minicamp will give him the chance to impress coaches and possibly earn a spot on the team's roster.

While his journey to the NFL may be unconventional, Toth has a shot to show teams what he has for a possible NFL gig.

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