Steelers Mock Draft Exercise – First Four Rounds – List 20 Players

As much time as I spend on my mock drafts, my final one is my favorite as I usually add nine names of players that I considered in addition to my actual pick. The result of that is a list of around 60-70 players, because the last few rounds normally include a few duplicates. I like to judge myself by that list compared to the actual draft of the Pittsburgh Steelers, because the odds of getting every pick wrong are extremely high.

With the calendar now turning to April, we will have a little mock draft exercise and give everyone a chance to list five players in the first four rounds that you think the Steelers will legitimately pick. You should end up with a list of 20 players, and this list will be fun to look back at after the draft is over.

List the players in each round in the order from most likely to least likely. Between now and the draft, I will try to come up with a game for the final mock draft that will assign a score to each pick. In other words, if the first pick of yours in each of the four rounds is correct, you would have a perfect score of four. The lower the score, the better.

I will list mine below to show you what we are looking for in this post. In the final mock, we might do ten picks in each round with the winner receiving some sort of prize.

These exercises will help you widen your scope and knowledge of players and build better scenarios. Consider it a small big board exercise.

Round 1

1. Jonathan Cooper

2. Kenny Vaccaro

3. DeAndre Hopkins

4. Arthur Brown

5. Tyler Eifert

Round 2

1. Robert Woods

2. Quinton Patton

3. Jonathan Cyprien

4. Kevin Minter

5. Jamie Collins

Round 3

1. T.J. McDonald

2. Corey Lemonier

3. Trevardo Williams

4. Eric Reid

5. Giovanni Bernard

Round 4

1. John Simon

2. Jon Bostic

3. Le\’Veon Bell

4. Stedman Bailey

5. Brian Winters