Lots of changes in latest Steelers 7-round mock draft

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The first wave of NFL free agency is in the books and so it is time to update our Pittsburgh Steelers seven-round mock drafts. Be sure to let us know in the comments what you think of these picks.

First round - OT Peter Skoronski, Northwestern

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Big, athletic left tackle who can start from day one.

Second round - DT Mazi Smith, Michigan

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Pittsburgh gets the massive defensive tackle they have scouted so hard this offseason.

Second round - WR Cedric Tillman, Tennessee

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Strong, highly-productive receiver with excellent size and strength and surprising speed.

Third round - EDGE Zach Harrison, Ohio State

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Harrison is a perfect fit as a third pass rusher with his impressive measurables and athletic ability.

Fourth round - CB Alex Austin, Oregon State

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Long, rangy cornerback who can excel in a variety of schemes and can line up inside or outside.

Seventh round - S Xavier Henderson, Michigan State

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Solid coverage safety who could be a star on special teams.

Seventh round - RB Mohamed Ibrihim, Minnesota

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Excellent receiver and underrated speed in the open field as a smaller back.

Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire