The one given at the position is Charles Tillman.
Since Tillman's arrival in Chicago in 2003, he has become a staple in Lovie Smith's takeaway-oriented defense. Despite solid play from Jennings and nickelback D.J. Moore, the organization still feels cornerback is an area in which they will need to seek improvement.
Although they will probably not be looking for a cornerback in the first two rounds, this year's draft is full of solid cornerbacks who will be available in the middle rounds.
Here is my list of four mid-round cornerback prospects the Bears may take a look at in next week's draft.