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Best Value For Bears In Every Round By Position: Cornerback

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Oct 26, 2013; Ames, IA, USA; Iowa State Cyclones wide receiver Quenton Bundrage (9) catches a touchdown over Oklahoma State Cowboys cornerback Justin Gilbert (4) during the second quarter at Jack Trice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

As the draft rolls ever so closer cornerback is one of the positions the Bears will have a chance at getting a special defensive starter at, but unless it’s in sub packages or a position switch to safety won’t be starting very soon. That makes the decision very interesting for the Bears should a prospect they really like is on the board when their turn is up. On one hand you want to get the best possible talent and build for the future, but on the other hand you want a player that will contribute right now. Given that fact, and the fact that this is a very deep draft at CB it’s highly likely the Bears draft one outside of round one if they do go CB. But you never know. The board may not go their way and they’re there with the highest rated guy on their board at CB. There’s also the possibility the Bears trade down and grab one in the late first.

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