Pittsburgh Steelers post-Senior Bowl mock draft update
With the Senior Bowl wrapped up, we decided it was time to update our Pittsburgh Steelers, seven-round mock draft. The Steelers draft needs have stayed static but with the changes at the Senior Bowl, the order the Steelers draft those top needs will change depending on what direction they go in the first round.
First round-OT Broderick Jones, Georgia
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It seems like a safe bet that the Steelers will go with the top-rated offensive tackle on the board in the first round and in this scenario it is Broderick Jones.
Second round-EDGE Will McDonald IV, Iowa State
Insane athlete and highly productive. The Steelers need a third edge rusher who could start and McDonald is NFL ready with his burst.
Second round-CB Kelee Ringo, Georgia
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The strength of this cornerback class pushes Kelee Ringo down and the Steelers benefit by landing a speedster at cornerback.
Third round-DT Gervon Dexter, Florida
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Not the ideal interior defensive line option for the Steelers but Gervon Dexter is a great value pick with his size and quickness.
Fourth round-WR Marvin Mims, Oklahoma
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Dynamic slot option and an excellent return man who could really round out the wide receiver depth chart.
Seventh round-C Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas
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Excellent rotational interior offensive lineman with strength and the point of attack and tons of experience.
Seventh round-FB Hunter Luepke, North Dakota State
For one of the few teams who still use a fullback, Hunter Luepke is a great fit. If the Steelers don’t bring back Derek Watt, they could add Luepke and never miss a beat.