Jan 17, 2013; Lake Forest, IL, USA; Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery introduces new head coach Marc Trestman during a press conference at Halas Hall. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Draft Order: Every Chicago Bears Draft Pick In Each Round

There is no question that the best way to build talent in the NFL is through the NFL Draft. The NFL Draft is on Thursday and that will be where Chicago Bears’ general manager Phil Emery needs to find at least two forms of impact talent on defense while also shoring up the offense.

The Bears certainly could use some more draft picks if it were up to Emery. As of today, the Bears will be making six selections in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Bears 2014 Draft Picks In Each Round 

Round 1, Pick 14

Round 2, Pick 19

Round 3, Pick 18

Round 4, Pick 17

Round 5, Pick 16

Round 6, Pick 7

Round 6, Pick 15

There were early reports that the Bears may consider trading down in the first round in order to obtain more picks, though after comments made by Emery last Thursday, it appears that the Bears will stay where they are in the first round of the draft.

Given their lack of picks, the Bears can not afford to miss on their early round selections. Especially in the first two rounds.

Emery is batting .500 when it comes to his first round selections with the Bears. Emery’s first pick with the Bears was defensive end Shea McClellin, who’s struggles has forced him to switch positions with the Bears. In 2013, Emery struck gold with the drafting of offensive lineman Kyle Long.

Emery needs to strike gold once again this year.

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  • Gioscianna

    Worst case possible being Donald, HaHa, Gilbert, and Pryor are gone and were unable to trade down I say go 1. CJ Mosley. 2. Stephon Tuitt. 3. Terrence Brooks. 4. Devonte Freeman. 5. Aaron Colvin. 6. Aaron Lynch. 6. Xavier Grimble.

    My mock draft (with trades)
    **TRADE**- #14 to the Jets for picks #18, #115 and #223-**

    1. Timmy Jernigan -DT- Florida St.
    -6’2 299 lbs.-

    -With a trade that costs only a move down to four picks later in the 1st round, we acquire two later round picks to add some much needed depth at various positions. Jernigan being the pick immediately addresses our defensive line problem and should fit very well in playing the 3 technique with all the recent free agency pick ups we’ve made.

    2. Carlos Hyde -RB- Ohio St.
    -6’0 230 lbs.-

    -Forte has been great year in year out but he’s 28, which means he’s on his way out if the history of RBs nearing 30 repeats once again. Carlos Hyde is the best RB in the draft and Trestman could have some fun with Hyde and Forte on the field at the same time with Forte flexing outside to the slot which would be a match up nightmare for opposing defenses.

    3. Terrence Brooks -FS- Florida St.
    -5’11 198 lbs.-

    -If you need an explanation on why we need to draft a Safety then you need to get your eyes checked. With that being said..Terrence Brooks has many desirable traits you look for in a Safety. Has great speed and physicality that pairs well with his aggressiveness in run support. He’s got the talent to be a solid starter or worst case gives us more depth and much needed youth for our back field.

    4. (Pick acquired from Jets)
    Caruan Reid -DT- Princeton
    -6’2 302 lbs.-

    -Even though we grabbed one earlier in the draft Emery decides to further fortify the defensive line similar to what he did on the offensive line last year.
    A natural NT, Reid also spent time rushing the passer from the DE position. Quick feet, a solid frame and a fantastic motor makes Reid a very intriguing prospect. If he can add some strength he has the upside to be a Jeremiah Ratliff type of player (fortunate for him and us because that’s who he will be backing up).

    4. Max Bullough -MLB- Michigan St.
    -6’3 249 lbs.-

    -Moving Jon Bostic to the outside was a smart move since he is a great athlete but lacks what it takes to mentally to play the LB on the defense from the middle. Bullough is pretty much the opposite which makes him a great player to take over when DJ Williams leaves or gets hurt again.
    Good size and amazing leadership skills makes Bullough the guy to truly be Urlachers replacement and command this Bears defense. Diagnosis what’s going down on the opposite side of the ball quickly and is a vocal leader. Has some what athletic limitations but his character and football IQ makes this a stupendous and very wise pick up.

    5. Louchiez Purifoy -CB- Florida
    -6’0 190 lbs.-

    -Purifoy was once regarded as a lock for the 2nd round but after a not so great combine performance and getting busted with marijuana, his stock has plummeted and his fall lands him here in the 5th round.
    Purifoy has the size to hold his own against bigger WRs but his lack of speed is a liability. He was always around the ball and made some big plays at Florida so if he can stay out of trouble and learn from Tillman on how to use his size correctly and make good reads, he might just be Peanuts replacement.

    6. Aaron Lynch -DE- South Florida
    -6’6 249 lbs.-

    -An amazing athlete that explodes off the line, Lynch could be a steal if he can commit himself entirely to his development.

    6. Xavier Grimble -TE- USC
    -6’4 257 lbs.-

    -Martellus Bennett is the man but with all the awkward landings he takes on his head and shoulders we need someone to develop behind him. Grimble has basketball moves but isn’t too fast, his best attribute is that he is hard to take down after the catch and has pretty decent hands.

    7. (Pick acquired from Jets)
    Brandon Linder -OG- Miami (Fla.)
    -6’6 311 lbs.-

    -We need some depth on the offensive line and a good frame paired with his strength makes Linder a smart pick here.

  • Big Swede

    “…As of today, the Bears will be making six selections in the 2014 NFL Draft.”

    You forgot… They have TWO picks in Round 6 for a total of SEVEN picks.