In a draft that is top-heavy with offensive line talent like Matt Kalil, Riley Reiff, David DeCastro, and Peter Konz, it is plausible that, when the Bears go to draft a player with their 19th overall selection, none of these guys will be available.
Despite the projected dominance of these players at the next level, there are many suitable options to be found at all positions on the offensive line in the later rounds.
It's no secret that the Bears main concern is to help Jay Cutler. While bringing in a top wide receiver may be a primary objective, adding an offensive lineman that could help protect Cutler is a close second.
Here is a look at the four mid-round offensive line prospects for the Chicago Bears.