In the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, much of the talk is focused on what direction a team will go with its first-round pick and what each team's greatest needs are.
While a team's first-round selection is very crucial, the middle to late rounds can also become just as important.
The Chicago Bears have had their share of movement this offseason: firing Lovie Smith and hiring Marc Trestman as their new head coach, not re-signing Brian Urlacher and signing a bevy of free agents to one-year deals.
Like every team in the NFL, the Bears want to win this season but also understand they have to add youth to their team and build through the draft. Their first two picks in the draft, while very important, are just as important as the last two selections they make later this month.
Not every selection is going to be a home run or have "potential superstar" written all over it, but the latter half of the draft will help provide depth and they may be able to find a diamond in the rough.
Here are five late-round prospects that would be a perfect match for the Chicago Bears: