Team Needs: DEF, RB, WR, TE, OL
Skill positions on offense will eventually become a priority, with Matt Forte lacking a true backup, the receiving depth chart unsettled after Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall and no complement tight end set in stone behind Martellus Bennett.
Most NFL teams generally invest in the offensive line at some point in every draft, too.
Forte's ideal backup would be a versatile back with an ability to catch the football and cause problems in space. Think De'Anthony Thomas from Oregon or Marion Grice from Arizona State. The Bears may also target a bigger back in the mold of the departed Michael Bush.
Marquess Wilson has the first crack at the No. 3 receiver spot, but the Bears don't have to sit on their hands and hope he just takes the opportunity. Targeting a true slot receiver could be high on Chicago's list, especially after losing Earl Bennett. Jarvis Landry of LSU would be a legitimate steal this late in the draft.
Tight end is another skill position possibility. Oregon's Colt Lyerla has tantalizing athleticism, but also worrisome off-the-field concerns. However, he was a college teammate of Chicago's 2013 first-round pick Kyle Long.
Of course, defense will remain a priority, even this deep into the draft. And it's not unheard for a team in need of help to go defense-heavy to start a draft: In 2011, the Green Bay Packers took a defensive player with their first six picks.