With just two picks in the first three rounds, the Bears are left with some holes to fill in the final four rounds on Saturday.
The Bears put themselves in position where they could have gone in any direction with their first two picks. They went with guard Kyle Long in the first round and middle linebacker Jonathan Bostic in the second.
While those were considered need areas, they still have several holes to fill on the final day of the draft.
Although they're not likely to get a starter, the Bears need to improve their depth at several positions. They are only three deep at receiver and could look for a speed merchant to threaten defenses deep. They also could use a center, defensive tackle, quarterback and tight end.
Their most urgent need may be at cornerback, where they need improved play from their nickel back and a possible replacement for either Charles Tillman or Tim Jennings, who are in contract seasons.
The Bears can't possibly fill all their holes with just three picks; however, they could trade back to get more picks. Here are a few players the team should target on the final day of the draft.