One of the biggest moves in the early stages of the Bears' offseason has been to let go of long-time general manager, Jerry Angelo. Many have applauded the move by the organization, as Angelo's track record, particularly in regards to the draft, has been terrible.
With the Bears conducting interviews for a new general manager, it appears that the organization is looking for someone with strong ties to scouting and player development.
The Bears will be in the middle of the pack of this year's draft with the 19th selection. There has been much speculation so far to suggest that the Bears should take a wide receiver like Alshon Jeffery or Michael Floyd with their first pick, but, personally, I feel there are just as capable wide receivers that will be available in later rounds.
Here is a list of the five off-the-radar prospects I think the Bears could take with the 19th overall pick.