Now that the compensatory picks have been released and the Bears were awarded three extra choices in the seventh round we can chart exactly where they will be.
General manager Jerry Angelo has four of the top 90 selections and five of the first 110. The Bears have had good success at the beginning of the fourth round in the past, the first round of the second day.
They tabbed Alex Brown with the 104th overall pick in 2002, Nathan Vasher with the 110th pick in 2004 and Kyle Orton with the 106th pick in 2005. The Bears own the 110th pick this year, but the second day will begin with the third round after the format was shifted for this year.
A look at the their picks:
3-7-70 (Briggsgate: Flip-flopping with San Francisco, which is now at 3-12-75)
3-27-90 (from San Diego)
5-7-147 (from Carolina)