1. Right Guard
The Bears addressed quarterback, the most crucial position. They addressed tight end, a position that Matt Nagy preaches and builds an offense around. Now, they need to find a way to improve the offensive line.
They took a shot on Germain Ifedi, and Ifedi has some experience at guard. He may profile best there, and currently would be looked at as the starter. They have Rashaad Coward, who started for them last season and Alex Bars, a UDFA who play up and down the line.
Still, between the three, it is hard to say that they should feel comfortable with who their options are at guard.
Another reason safety may surely be a top 50 pick is because this guard class has depth, but not much top 50 talent. Robert Hunt leads the way and is a top guard on many boards.
Ben Bredeson, John Simpson, Jonah Jackson, Solomon Kindley, and so many more guards may slide into the fourth or fifth round range.
The Bears hired Juan Castillo and likely will rely on him. They have to get this right. They have to identify the right guard in the right round and not be afraid to reach for it. More than any position, they have to walk away, feeling they have a potential starter at guard.