Bryan 2017 Steelers Mock Draft: Version 3.0 – Post Team Visits


It’s been two weeks since I released my second Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 mock draft and with the pre-draft visits now concluded and the big event now just one week away, it’s time for my third version.

As always, I ask that you focus on the players I have mocked to the Steelers and not so much on the round. I understand that a few might go higher or lower than what I have them, but the value in doing these mocks is the overall discussion about the players and whether or not they fit the Steelers.

My final mock draft will be posted next Wednesday and if you missed by previous two mocks, you can find them at the links below:

Bryan 2017 Steelers Mock Draft: Version 1.0 – Pre-Combine
Bryan 2017 Steelers Mock Draft: Version 2.0 – Post Pro Days


1st Round – Pick 30 – 30th Overall – T.J. Watt – OLB – Wisconsin – I find myself flipping back and forth between an edge-rusher and a defensive back when it comes to the first round and this time I went with the former as I keep reminding myself what Art Rooney II said back in January about the defense needing to put more consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks moving forward. While probably more of a mid-second-round prospect, Watt certainly checks a lot of boxes when it comes to him potentially being the Steelers first-round selection this year. He’s a SPARQ freak with nice length, long arms and a quality bloodline. As far as unchecked boxes go, he wasn’t a team captain and only spent one year as a starter at Wisconsin. Additionally, his previous knee injuries could be another reason against taking him and I’m assuming his medicals checked out. He is a developing pass-rusher who should only keep improving with solid coaching. He’s above average against the run, in my opinion, and has experience dropping into coverage as well.


Combine: HGT: 6044 | WGT: 252 lbs | 40-YD: 4.69 | 10-YD: 1.59 | 20-YD: 2.71 | BP: 21 | VJ: 37 | BJ: 10’08” | SS: 4.13 | LS: 11.20 | 3C: 6.79

College Bio
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ESPN Stats


2nd Round – Pick 30 – 62nd Overall – Josh Jones – S – North Carolina State – I can see this pick being a hybrid safety such as Jones or a cornerback. I went with Jones as not only should he be able to serve as a money-backer/slot cornerback, he can also play strong safety and even free safety, should the need arise. Like Watt, he has a nice SPARQ number. The Steelers brought him in for a pre-draft visit so interest in him is real. Will he make it to the Steelers in round two? We’ll know soon. Regardless, with Shamarko Thomas now gone and Robert Golden mostly being a special teams guy, the Steelers could really use another player like Sean Davis. Jones would look great on the field in a dime package as a rookie.

Combine: HGT: 6013 | WGT: 220 lbs | 40-YD: 4.41 | 10-YD: 1.58 | 20-YD: 2.61 | BP: 20 | VJ: 37 1/2 | BJ: 11’00”
Pro Day: SS: 4.32 | 3C: 7.43

College Bio
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3rd Round – Pick 30 – 94th Overall – Rasul Douglas – CB – West Virginia – While not blazing fast when timed in the 40, Douglas plays a bit faster on tape. He’s long and can play both off and press coverage with the latter needing some refinement due to lack of experience doing it. Douglas is active against the run and an above-average tackler to boot. While he cuts his teeth in the NFL initially, he should be a fine special teams contributor until ready to take over outside. The Steelers brought Douglas, a one-year starter, in for a pre-draft visit and Carnell Lake worked him out at his pro day.

Combine: HGT: 6015 | WGT: 209 lbs | 40-YD: 4.59 | 10-YD: 1.57 | 20-YD: 2.64 | BP: 16 | VJ: 33 1/2 | BJ: 10’00” | SS: 4.26 | 3C: 6.97

College Bio
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3rd Round – Pick 41 – 105th Overall – Tanoh Kpassagnon – DE – Villanova – Yes, yet another defensive player, but being as the Steelers really don’t have immediate needs on the offensive side of the football, why not load up on the other side of the football with players who can see the field and make an impact during their rookie seasons. Kpassagnon is a tweaner of sorts and probably best fits the Steelers as a nickel pass-rusher. At nearly 6-7 and weighing in at 289-pounds, he’s just a few cheeseburgers away from being a very athletic 5-tech. While he’s raw and in need of some serious time in the weight room, he showed he could get after opposing quarterbacks during his final two seasons at Villanova. The Steelers showed a lot of interest in him during the pre-draft process that included him making a visit to Pittsburgh. He can play on his feet as well and that’s another asset.

Combine: HGT: 6066 | WGT: 289 lbs | 40-YD: 4.83 | 10-YD: 1.68 | 20-YD: 2.81 | BP: 23 | VJ: 30 | BJ: 10’08” | SS: 4.62 | 3C: 7.46

College Bio
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4th Round – Pick 29 – 135th Overall – Shelton Gibson – WR – West Virginia – The Steelers brought several wide receivers in for visits so it appears they are serious about drafting one. Gibson was one of those brought in. The X receiver registered 20 catches of 40+ yards and 13 catches of 50+ yards over the course of the last two seasons and had very few drops on his way to catching 84 passes for 1,898 yards and 17 touchdowns in the 38 total games that he played in. He is a willing blocker who can also return kickoffs. He seems to be the perfect backup for Antonio Brown.

Combine: HGT: 5106 | WGT: 191 lbs | 40-YD: 4.50 | 10-YD: 1.61 | 20-YD: 2.63 | BP: 8 | VJ: 32 | BJ: 09’10” | SS: 4.20 | LS: 10.71 | 3C: 6.83

College Bio
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5th Round – Pick 30 – 173rd Overall – Joshua Dobbs – QB – Tennessee – Ok, I put quarterback off long enough and being as Dobbs was brought in for a visit, I think there’s a chance the Steelers draft him in the fifth round if he’s still on the board. He’s a very smart player with impeccable character. He has a strong arm and is a threat to run with the football as well. He needs a lot of development, but has the potential to turn into a serviceable No. 2 quarterback.

Combine: HGT: 6033 | WGT: 216 lbs | 40-YD: 4.64 | 10-YD: 1.62 | 20-YD: 2.69 | VJ: 33 | BJ: 10’02” | SS: 4.31 | 3C: 6.75

College Bio
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6th Round – Pick 30 – 213th Overall – James Conner – RB – Pittsburgh – While it’s probably not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, Conner appears to have been the only running back brought in for a pre-draft visit and that’s not surprising being as he didn’t count against the 30-allotted due to him being a local product. You can’t help but love and root for the kid after all he’s been through. He should be available late being as he’s a north-south runner who doesn’t possess much elusiveness.

Combine: HGT: 6014 | WGT: 233 lbs | 40-YD: 4.65 | 10-YD: 1.63 | 20-YD: 2.69 | BP: 20 | VJ: 29 | BJ: 09’05”
Pro Day: SS: 4.31 | 3C: 7.41

College Bio
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7th Round – Pick 30 – 248th Overall – Javancy Jones – LB – Jackson State – Is Jones an edge-rusher or inside linebacker at the NFL level? He showed he can play both at a small school and in the all-star game and it will be up to a team to figure out where he fits best. He might need a year on a practice squad if he can’t make a final 53-man roster as a core special teams player. He’s worth a late-round selection and might even be attractive to the Steelers or another team in the sixth round.

Pro Day: HGT: 6010 | WGT: 245 lbs | 40-YD: 4.62 | 10-YD: 1.65 | BP: 26 | VJ: 32 | 09’03”

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Summary: In my past mocks, I selected a tight end but am starting to get the feeling the team might bypass the position entirely this year. If they do, that means they have confidence that Ladarius Green will be fine moving forward. Unless the Steelers draft a wide receiver in the first three rounds, I really don’t see the need to select an offensive player until round four. This team needs more defensive players just like last year and that’s why I selected four with the first four picks.

  • jeffjb292

    This is the type of draft that would make me happy

  • T3xassteelers

    Would be very happy if this happened. I hope we get a decision on Bryant before the draft so we don’t have to use a top 4 round pick at WR..

    I would have a TE At comp 2 and hope Nova DL is there in round 4.

    Does anyone have a strong opinion on Josh Jones? Don’t know much about hin

  • Matt

    I like the mock with one exception, ILB isn’t addressed. That position concerns me more than a little. Although I guess the 2d round pick does do something to address the position. So maybe I’m wrong here. I wish the Steelers had grabbed a solid ILB in free agency or kept Timmons. If they had, I’d love this mock.

  • Ray

    This is by far my favorite mock you have done. I would be extremely happy with this

  • Ray

    Jones is very athletic and in that safety/linebacker hybrid mold (6’1″/220lbs). He’s a very smart and versatile player. Good tackler, good range, solid in coverage but you don’t really want him covering a receiver much better on a tight end.

    I would love to have him or Marcus Maye available in Round 2.

  • WreckIess

    Not a big fan of Douglas, but other than that I would kill for the draft to pan out like this. A high quality EDGE rusher and Josh Jones for the $LB spot is my ideal 1-2 punch for us.

  • SteelersDepot

    Personally, I think JJ 7th fits as a ILB per his tape.

  • billrubr

    I’d like a cornerback that runs the 40 a little faster than Rich Eisen from NFL Network.

  • tcirish53@gmail.com

    I may be nit-picking, and I have come a long way towards accepting us taking a S since February, but I am still struggling a bit with the notion.
    IF the idea is getting a ‘cover safety’ and it is REALLY that important, then why not just double up on CBs and take a CB in round 1, then round 3A? With a OLB in between.

    I guess I am looking at who we currently have on the roster and see two starters, plus a solid if unspectacular backup in R Golden along with Dangerfield, and I scratch my head. Don’t know much about this kid Jones (and it sounds as if I am not alone there given how the coaches in his own conference viewed him) but IF we do this, what does Jones bring that either Pepper or Obi do not?

    Otherwise, I like the other picks – Conner seems like a good foil to Bell. Like Douglas in the 3rd as well as the kid from Villanova. Javancy Jones seems locked in as our rd 6 or 7. And Watt works just fine thank you!!

    So, not that my opinion matters, but I would feel better if someone could convince me that, other than taking a Troy-like talent at S (which COULD be Obi or Peppers) why take one?

  • 4130steeler

    Dream draft right here!

  • T3xassteelers

    GOOD. We need that guy that can cover big TEs. Who’s game does his resemble?

  • John Phillips

    Like it but the Steelers are going to draft a TE.

  • Spencer Krick

    Bonus points granted for the DLineman high. I think Tanoh might even go in the second, since the DLine class is pretty thin.

    I really like this mock, I’d be thrilled if this is how it went down.

  • kevin Duffin

    Excellent mock, would not complain if that’s how it played out. I think I’d prefer they took a RB a little higher and waited on a receiver, but I really like this mock

  • Brian Tollini

    Yep, that puts Mel’s grade A mock to shame.

  • mokhkw

    Eagles are reportedly open to trading Mychal Kendricks for a a mid to late round pick , should the Steelers trade for him or wait until he is a June 1st cut?

  • WreckIess

    What Jones brings that Peppers does not is better coverage, better position versatility on defense(he can play SS, $LB, FS, and in the slot where as Peppers will only be useful in the slot and as a SS.), and slightly better athleticism all in a bigger frame. He’s better off when it comes to covering TEs down the seam because of his size and he can also body smaller receivers up in the slot.

    What he brings that’s better than Obi is nothing really lol. Other than the fact that we can get him in the 2nd round which is ideally where I would want to get a role player.

  • stan

    You’re in serious denial about the Steelers’ desire and need for a QB to replace Ben. They’re going to get one by the end of the third and I could even see them grabbing one in the 2nd. You can pretty much count on Ben losing games to injury each year.
    And speaking of oft-injured stars and the need to plan for their injuries, the Steelers aren’t going to wait until the 6th to replace DeAngelo Williams since Bell has yet to get through a season without injury (unless the plan is to re-sign DeAngelo for the minimum).

  • Bob Francis

    If this were the group of players, I’d be ecstatic!

  • Lebanese Mike Tomlin

    since the steelers have no legit back up runningback as of now i expect them to take one higher

  • Sam Clonch

    Odds are long against a day 3 QB becoming anything but a backup.

    That said, I wouldn’t even care if we got the rest of the players in this draft. Would be amazing.

  • Sam Clonch

    You’re in serious denial about the quality of QBs in this class.

  • Sam Clonch

    Haha, I think Rich’s best time was like a 5.98.

  • Petherson Silveira

    DRAFT BOARD: FAN SPEAK 19/04/2017
    DRAFT NEEDS: USER VOTES

    Look how this board fell to me:

    30: R1P30 CB GAREON CONLEY OHIO STATE
    62: R2P30 EDGE CHARLES HARRIS MISSOURI
    94: R3P30 RB JOE MIXON OKLAHOMA
    105: R3P41 EDGE TANOH KPASSAGNON VILLANOVA
    135: R4P28 S MARCUS MAYE FLORIDA
    173: R5P29 CB SHAQUILL GRIFFIN UCF
    213: R6P29 QB CHAD KELLY MISSISSIPPI
    248: R7P30 LB JALEN REEVES-MAYBIN TENNESSEE

    Obs: I couldn´t find a good value TE.
    ADAM SHAHEEN went 69
    BUCKY HODGES went 82
    JORDAN LEGGETT went 87
    JAKE BUTT went 92

    I could have take Everret, but i thought Joe Mixon with 3th and Tanoh gave me more value.
    I could have take Kittle, but i thought Marcus Maye gave me more value with my 4th.
    So i was wainting for Everret to fell all the way to my 4th round or Kittle, Sprinkle and Roberts to my 5th round.

    JEREMY SPRINKLE went 124
    GERALD EVERETT went 130
    GEORGE KITTLE went 156
    MICHAEL ROBERTS went 165

    I could have take JALEN MYRICK instead SHAQUILL GRIFFIN with my 5th rounder.

  • D.j. Reynolds

    I would be ecstatic with this draft, but I don’t think this is realistic (primarily because of Dobbs in the 5th). I have been hearing for several weeks now that Dobbs has improved his stock as much as any QB (even Mahomes) in the pre-draft process due to his athletic traits and rocket-scientist (literally) smarts. Kiper/McShay predicted on Mike and Mike this morning that Dobbs will get taken in the 2nd.

  • george

    I’m wondering how they would know about the status of Watt’s knees. They visited his pro day but do they do a medical eval at pro days?

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Good overall draft, but I’m not a member of the Rasul Douglas fan club. I don’t get overly wrapped up in combine numbers, but IMO #94 is too early for a big slow CB who doesn’t show explosiveness in the VJ or BJ. It’s not a huge reach, maybe a round too soon. I’m just always hesitant with big CBs because fewer of them actually work out than most people think. Several teams have tried to get on the big CB bandwagon after Seattle’s success for a couple of years and have drafted duds too early in hopes of finding a Richard Sherman or Byron Maxwell. I can think of a half dozen off the top of my head that many folks were clamoring for in the last several years who have done very little in the league.

  • Matt

    Interesting point. I recall seeing that point elsewhere (probably on this site). I just wonder, is it feasible to have a player switching positions in this defense. Particularly when the player is as raw as Watt. Would welcome your thoughts on this.

  • stan

    That’s completely irrelevant. The fact is that the Steelers need a young QB and this is the only way to get one.

  • Brian Tollini

    I have him going in the 2nd too

  • AMP4380

    Really like this draft. I’m a little on the fence about Douglas. i would prefer a shifty slot CB like Jourdan Lewis if he is available. Overall, can’t complain. Most of the major areas are addressed.

  • SteelersDepot

    Not talking Watt switching, talking Javancy. He showed in all-star game he could play OTB

  • george

    I would be happy with all most guys but it seems they have more interest in Kaaya than Dobbs-although I think Dobbs has more upside. Also I would swicth the Kpassagnon pick for the best available TE.

  • Ray

    He is similar to Morgan Burnett for me…another one is Mike Mitchell but I think he is better in coverage than Mitchell

  • capehouse

    I like all the players and the rounds they were taken, although I heard Todd McShay thinks Josh Dobbs could sneak into rd 1 lol. I think you leaned too heavily on pre draft visits though. Maybe that was the point given the article title. 6 of 8 were confirmed visits and another reported. Usually only 3 or 4 players that visited the team facilities get selected. It’s tough connecting the dots on the other selections.

  • T3xassteelers

    Awesome. Thanks!!

  • Steel Realist PAul

    I like it as a whole and the ‘makes sense’ factor is very high, “obviously”. I haven’t been looking at Watt much, but I guess it’s possible, being a one-year player, that he could become quite a bit better with his DNA.

  • Voice O’ Reason

    They don’t need a young QB. They need a young eventual starting QB, not another backup. A backup is all they can possibly get unless they draft one at #30, and even then it may be too late or pointless. As the commentor above said, there may not be one in this class. Watson, Maholmes, Trubisky are the only possibilities, but none of them strike me as safe QB picks. Drafting your 2nd string QB in the 1st round when Ben has 2-3 yrs left in his window would be a huge mistake IMO.

  • Sam Clonch

    Irrelevant? I guess, if we don’t care WHO we replace Ben with. If we’d like to replace him with someone who’s, you know, ANY GOOD, then it’s pretty relevant.

  • Andrew

    I don’t think the team is that high on Watt. I feel like we are leaning towards the best CB/S with our first pick. OLB is deep and can be addressed in the second. I think they want to find someone to play across from Artie or someone to become Mitchell’s replacement.

  • StrengthOfVictory

    Dave, you and I are thinking a lot alike on the Gibson, Connor, and Javancy selections. I like all of them for the Steelers. Josh Jones is an interesting pick. I’m also more than fine with Dobbs if he can be had in the fifth round. Lots of potential there, and the Steelers have never had a true dual-threat QB, which intrigues me.

    I am hesitant about Douglas, though. He may play faster on film, but speed is a must for me at corner. I can’t stand to see DBs get burned in the slot or on the outside. At 4.59, he has the speed of most tight ends. And not in a good way. I’m also a little back-and-forth on Watt, as he seems a bit too upright and stiff. He just doesn’t feel quite like a home-run pick in the first, but I could be wrong.

    Overall, very solid draft.

  • Sam Clonch

    Man, I really WISH we actually knew what was going in the FO! I can feel MYSELF leaning towards CB/S as a fan reading all these blogs, but I doubt Colbert is on here with us, lol.

  • Josh Gustad

    Best mock I’ve seen yet.

  • Josh Gustad

    Way to get my hopes up Dave. This is too perfect.

  • Big Joe

    I like it Dave. Only one I would pick differently is your 4th Rd pick. I’d go with Josh Reynolds. If Harris isn’t there in Rd 1, Watts is an ok pick. If both are gone, I’d still like Obi as an option that could really bring ht, speed and instincts to the middle of the secondary. Good job

  • Phil Brenneman II

    Well Dave, I LOVE that you went all defense with the first 4. Watt in particular is one of the higher ranked LB’s for me and I would have no problem taking him there. Jones is a solid selection in the 2nd but I am more of a Maye fan there. As for the other 2, I am okay with the positions but don’t know a whole lot about the players.

    Solid mock Dave.

  • SFIC

    Meh…

  • steelburg

    I would rather have Sutton in the 3rd rather than Douglas. I think Kpassahnon is intriguing but I wouldn’t want them to use a 3rd on him I would be ok with a 4th rounder on him though. I like the 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, and 7th round picks. I’m not a fan of rounds 3 and 4.

  • Dennis Nevinsky

    I would love to see Javancy Jones in the 7th, but there are many teams interested in him. I think he goes somewhere in the 6th.

  • capehouse

    Lets see how your picks stacked up against Gil Brandt’s player rankings(top 150):

    1st rd- #60) T.J. Watt
    2nd rd- #39) Josh Jones
    3rd rd- NR) Rasul Douglas
    3rd rd – #96) Tanoh Kpassagnon
    4th rd – #141) Shelton Gibson
    5th rd -#83) Joshua Dobbs
    6th rd – #91) James Conner
    7th rd – NR) Javancy Jones

    Seems like great value all around except Rasul Douglas. Brandt seems to undervalue a lot of the Edge players I like and overvalue a lot of the Safeties I like. Could the Steelers possibly select a Safety before an Edge rusher?

  • KiJana Haney

    I would be happy but I think we should opt to take a cb no later than the second round. Overall great mock

  • Big Joe

    I can see your point for sure and can see a 4th for Douglas vide 3rd. In that case I would bring in Mack as the second Rd 3 RB pick and use the 6th differently for something else

  • Michael James

    I feel like I’m the only one not really liking the idea of T.J. Watt in the first round. I think he can develop into a nice player with two or three years experience in the league, but he’s so incredibly raw. He probably won’t contribute much right away, but that’s the thing we need right now imho. Ben’s window is rapidly closing. I would much rather draft a player like Carl Lawson in the first round, who’s already very advanced in his technique and in his pass-rushing moves (watch the RSP film room analysis of him on youtube, great piece of work).

  • William Strouse

    Do you really think Connor will be on the board that long? I would love to see the pick as well because of the quality of the player as much as his character, but he is not exactly a secret. Mocks aside, his film is more like a 4th rounder than a 6th with all of the added compensatory slots.

  • Sam Clonch

    People said the same thing about Artie too though. Watt wouldn’t be my top choice either, but I definitely wouldn’t be upset by it.

  • Michael James

    I know it’s not your fault, but Charles Harris being available in the second round and Marcus Maye being available in the fifth round is nearly impossible. Harris is even talked up as a possible top 10 pick the last few days and Marcus Maye was invited to attend the draft (declined though), which pretty much guarantees that he won’t fall out of the first two or three rounds.

  • Michael James

    Well, Artie is still incredibly raw and made a lot of mistakes, although he played a lot better than we thought he would. It’s not like he was a shutdown CB last season. I think they’re both very similar from a projection standpoint.

  • Sam Clonch

    Wiw, tough crowd, lol.

  • Kenneth Wilt

    The first 3 rounds I absolutely LOVE. I mean that. That is awesome. In round 4, I would rather have George Kittle if he is there. I really like how rounded he is as a TE. In round 5, I don’t want a QB in this draft…period. I want to load for a run. If Bryant comes back and we can stay healthy….we have a run for a Super Bowl in us.

  • falconsaftey43

    I dig it. Not a big Douglas fan, but can live with it. Really like most of the guys on here.

  • Marcel Chris Chauvet

    Belichik agrees with you. He’s also looking for a banger to replace Blount. He likes RBs who catch the ball. And he loves oddensive guys who can play D. Much as it pains me to say it, Conner won’t get past the 4th if the patriots have anything to do with it.

  • Sam Clonch

    I doubt any rookie beats James out for the starting gig anyways, but there should be enough snaps to get young guys experience. Should be a fun camp to follow!

  • Voice O’ Reason

    I’m definitely on board with Mack as the 3(Supp.) pick. That may be a hair too late to get him though. Based on the prospect visits, the Steelers may also not think RB is as big of a need as us fans do. I have a suspicion that they’re going to take a flyer on Connor in the 5th. I bet they love him and want to give him a chance if the draft shakes out the right way.

  • Kysteeler

    I really liked the positions addressed in the round they were in this mock. I’m kinda warming up to Watt because of his motor, and I loved seeing that he ran a 4.54 at his pro day. He is a guy I think you could line-up at OLB and sometimes ILB.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    30: R1P30 EDGE T.J. WATT WISCONSIN
    looks solid enough

    62: R2P30 TE ADAM SHAHEEN ASHLAND
    bigger, faster, stronger jesse james with better hands. eliminates need for bryant, green, coates.

    94: R3P30 CB CAMERON SUTTON TENNESSEE
    need some cb help. looks solid mostly.

    105: R3P41 QB BRAD KAAYA MIAMI
    since tomlin and co seem to love him

    135: R4P28 C PAT ELFLEIN OHIO STATE
    would be stellar depth behind pouncey. we have no true backup for pouncey.

    173: R5P29 LB BLAIR BROWN OHIO
    has some tools that could be used but definitely a project.

    213: R6P29 RB MATTHEW DAYES NC STATE
    camp body to compete with the other rb’s

    248: R7P30 S WESTON STEELHAMMER AIR FORCE
    seems to have the fundamentals just needs to build muscle and learn how to hone his skills.

    boom.

  • Matt Correll

    This would be an awesome draft! I really like picks 1-7!

  • John

    He is a poor man’s Keanu Neal I would think. Nice hitter. Overruns plays at times. Athletic but not a natural cover guy as to WRs. We might do better with Maye. Not sure. Hopefully the FO knows.

  • Alan Tman

    I love the draft, but not in love with either West Virginia player. I’d be elated if we could get the whole draft I’d accept those two to get the rest of the players.

  • CP72

    Mel and Todd were on Mike and Mike this morning said Dobbs is starting to get 1st round buzz?!? Are you freaking kidding me. At the Senior Bowl people said he was a day 3 prospect.

    You have to reach so bad for these mediocre quaterback prospects. No wonder so many of them fail.

  • Alan Tman

    Bryant could never be replaced by a tight end. The guy has 17 TDS in 24 games. Name another receiver in NFL history that is scoring 3 out of every 4 games.

  • Biggie

    I definitely like first two picks. Watt may be inexperienced as of yet but he has a nonstop motor and all the tools. If there Jones is a great secondary pick, if not maybe Evans, Maye or Williams (2nd tier of Safeties). I like Kpassagnon as well, but seems to have alot of teams looking at him and he may not last that long. I don’t see Dobbs lasting till 5th or Connors lasting till 6th but would be quality picks in those rounds. Prefer someone like Josh Reynolds WR or Kenny Golladay over Gibson who lacks in size, strength and consistency. Jones is likely UDFA. Need a TE to throw in the mix for TC.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    bryant also hasnt played in a year and a half. shaheen takes the pressure off having to know if bryant is going to stay clean, and if coates and green can stay healthy. he has no character flaws and is a proven monster in the game.

  • Matt

    Right. Reading is fundamental. I get an F on comprehension today.

  • Clutterbox

    ILB is a much biggest need then DE. Steelers depth at ILB is very weak imo. Shazier has not proven to stay healthy the enitre season and someone will need to play the Mack unless we just go to the 4-3 as base.

  • pittsburghjoe

    I think RB and TE will be addressed in the 3rd.

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Probably, but I’m not so sure it will be as early as some think. Regardless of what we think about Ladarius Green or his (slim) chances of making it through a full season, he’s still a $20 million TE under contract for 3 more years. Unless they release him, I don’t think you’ll see a TE in the 1st or 2nd.

    I’m not a “capologist” and don’t understand the nuances of cap hits, dead money, etc., but here is what one site says about releasing him in 2017 — “POTENTIAL OUT: 2017, 1 YR, $6,000,000; $3,562,500 DEAD CAP.” If someone can explain what this means in layman’s terms, I’d appreciate it.

  • Jeff Peterson

    I would like to know this too.

  • Jeff Peterson

    I could live with this. Did josh jones cover tight ends at all in college? If not, i’d rather have someone who has experience covering slot & tight-ends.

  • Jeff Peterson

    Any thoughts about Tankersley falling? He’d be a best value pick for
    sure. NO one is talking about him. Solid tape. He could fall. The
    Steelers were at his pro day.

  • SteelersGeek4Lyfe

    I like Josh Jones’ mentality. Watch some of his tape, the kid hits… sometimes even his own teammates hahaha. The dude just loves killin.

  • TroymanianDevil

    Great approach. This is how I’m hoping the draft to play out more or less.

    On specific players, I don’t like Douglas at 94. Grabs too much and generally not as athletic as I’d like. Hoping someone else is there but I’d could live with Douglas I guess. I’d take a TE instead of WR in the 4th but WR is fine. Love the last 3 picks. Just hoping Dobbs and Connor last that long.

  • Shane Mitchell

    The Steelers could use another Sean Davis !!!!? is that so we can tackle Julian Edelman because one couldnt get the job done. The way he tackles he should have come with a draft one get one free deal.

    We absolutely have to improve our tackling and get a player with some actual football instincts on the field, this watch the entire play develop then run to the ball and miss the tackle stuff is killing us, I have no idea what you all watch on game film that makes you love the guy, he isnt good in coverage and is the worst tackler on the team, if we didnt switch to a bunch of cover-2 dropping him deep he probably would have had 40-50 missed tackles, his tackling didnt improve, you all are looking at stats thinking he improved his tackling as the season went on, instead of the game film to see the real reason why those stats seemed to improve.

  • Chris92021

    Bold prediction: Josh Jones will sneak into the first round.

  • Shane Mitchell

    I dont think TJ Watt improves our pass rush any time soon, he is not nearly as refined of a pass rusher as Lawson or Willis, if we are looking for someone to actually contribute soon he wouldnt be the best option, I think he would be better inside than as an OLB, he is more of a run to the ball and blitz guy.

  • Petherson Silveira

    this is how the draft went

    1: R1P1
    EDGE MYLES GARRETT
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    2: R1P2
    CB MARSHON LATTIMORE
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    3: R1P3
    EDGE SOLOMON THOMAS
    CHICAGO BEARS
    4: R1P4
    TE O.J. HOWARD
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    5: R1P5
    WR COREY DAVIS
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    6: R1P6
    QB MITCH TRUBISKY
    NEW YORK JETS
    7: R1P7
    S JAMAL ADAMS
    LA CHARGERS
    8: R1P8
    WR MIKE WILLIAMS
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    9: R1P9
    OT CAM ROBINSON
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    10: R1P10
    WR JOHN ROSS
    BUFFALO BILLS
    11: R1P11
    EDGE TIM WILLIAMS
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    12: R1P12
    DL JONATHAN ALLEN
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    13: R1P13
    QB DESHAUN WATSON
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    14: R1P14
    CB MARLON HUMPHREY
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    15: R1P15
    EDGE DEREK BARNETT
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    16: R1P16
    LB REUBEN FOSTER
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    17: R1P17
    RB LEONARD FOURNETTE
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    18: R1P18
    S MALIK HOOKER
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    19: R1P19
    TE DAVID NJOKU
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    20: R1P20
    OT FORREST LAMP
    DENVER BRONCOS
    21: R1P21
    LB JARRAD DAVIS
    DETROIT LIONS
    22: R1P22
    EDGE HAASON REDDICK
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    23: R1P23
    OT GARETT BOLLES
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    24: R1P24
    DL MALIK MCDOWELL
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    25: R1P25
    QB DESHONE KIZER
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    26: R1P26
    G DAN FEENEY
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    27: R1P27
    RB DALVIN COOK
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    28: R1P28
    EDGE TACO CHARLTON
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    29: R1P29
    CB QUINCY WILSON
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    30: R1P30
    CB GAREON CONLEY
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    31: R1P31
    EDGE TAKKARIST MCKINLEY
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    32: R1P32
    QB PATRICK MAHOMES II
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    33: R2P1
    OT DION DAWKINS
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    34: R2P2
    EDGE CARL LAWSON
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    35: R2P3
    S OBI MELIFONWU
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    36: R2P4
    S JABRILL PEPPERS
    CHICAGO BEARS
    37: R2P5
    WR JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER
    LA RAMS
    38: R2P6
    DL MONTRAVIUS ADAMS
    LA CHARGERS
    39: R2P7
    EDGE TARELL BASHAM
    NEW YORK JETS
    40: R2P8
    RB CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    41: R2P9
    EDGE T.J. WATT
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    42: R2P10
    CB KEVIN KING
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    43: R2P11
    WR CHRIS GODWIN
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    44: R2P12
    OT RYAN RAMCZYK
    BUFFALO BILLS
    45: R2P13
    DL CALEB BRANTLEY
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    46: R2P14
    CB AHKELLO WITHERSPOON
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    47: R2P15
    EDGE DEREK RIVERS
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    48: R2P16
    RB ALVIN KAMARA
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    49: R2P17
    S JOSH JONES
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    50: R2P18
    S MARCUS WILLIAMS
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    51: R2P19
    DL DALVIN TOMLINSON
    DENVER BRONCOS
    52: R2P20
    TE EVAN ENGRAM
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    53: R2P21
    CB CORDREA TANKERSLEY
    DETROIT LIONS
    54: R2P22
    LB ZACH CUNNINGHAM
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    55: R2P23
    RB D’ONTA FOREMAN
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    56: R2P24
    LB RAEKWON MCMILLAN
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    57: R2P25
    S BUDDA BAKER
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    58: R2P26
    OT RODERICK JOHNSON
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    59: R2P27
    CB CHIDOBE AWUZIE
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    60: R2P28
    S EDDIE JACKSON
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    61: R2P29
    G DORIAN JOHNSON
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    62: R2P30
    EDGE CHARLES HARRIS
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    63: R2P31
    DL CHRIS WORMLEY
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    64: R2P32
    S JUSTIN EVANS
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    65: R3P1
    QB NATHAN PETERMAN
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    66: R3P2
    OT TAYLOR MOTON
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    67: R3P3
    OT ANTONIO GARCIA
    CHICAGO BEARS
    68: R3P4
    CB ADOREE’ JACKSON
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    69: R3P5
    TE ADAM SHAHEEN
    LA RAMS
    70: R3P6
    CB RASUL DOUGLAS
    NEW YORK JETS
    71: R3P7
    WR ZAY JONES
    LA CHARGERS
    72: R3P8
    EDGE JORDAN WILLIS
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    73: R3P9
    DL CARLOS WATKINS
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    74: R3P10
    WR CURTIS SAMUEL
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    75: R3P11
    CB TRE’DAVIOUS WHITE
    BUFFALO BILLS
    76: R3P12
    LB ALEX ANZALONE
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    77: R3P13
    CB FABIAN MOREAU
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    78: R3P14
    DL ELIJAH QUALLS
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    79: R3P15
    C ETHAN POCIC
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    80: R3P16
    RB WAYNE GALLMAN
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    81: R3P17
    DL EDDIE VANDERDOES
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    82: R3P18
    TE BUCKY HODGES
    DENVER BRONCOS
    83: R3P19
    CB DAMONTAE KAZEE
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    84: R3P20
    RB KAREEM HUNT
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    85: R3P21
    EDGE TYUS BOWSER
    DETROIT LIONS
    86: R3P22
    G NICO SIRAGUSA
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    87: R3P23
    TE JORDAN LEGGETT
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    88: R3P24
    CB CAMERON SUTTON
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    89: R3P25
    G ISAAC ASIATA
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    90: R3P26
    DL LARRY OGUNJOBI
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    91: R3P27
    QB BRAD KAAYA
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    92: R3P28
    TE JAKE BUTT
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    93: R3P29
    LB ANTHONY WALKER
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    94: R3P30
    RB JOE MIXON
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    95: R3P31
    LB DUKE RILEY
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    96: R3P32
    DL VINCENT TAYLOR
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    97: R3P33
    CB TEEZ TABOR
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    98: R3P34
    G JORDAN MORGAN
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    99: R3P35
    RB SAMAJE PERINE
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    100: R3P36
    EDGE DAWUANE SMOOT
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    101: R3P37
    EDGE DAESHON HALL
    DENVER BRONCOS
    102: R3P38
    S DESMOND KING
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    103: R3P39
    DL JALEEL JOHNSON
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    104: R3P40
    LB KENDELL BECKWITH
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    105: R3P41
    EDGE TANOH KPASSAGNON
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    106: R3P42
    CB SIDNEY JONES
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    107: R3P43
    S JOHN JOHNSON
    NEW YORK JETS
    108: R4P1
    CB MARQUEZ WHITE
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    109: R4P2
    QB DAVIS WEBB
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    110: R4P3
    OT JULIE’N DAVENPORT
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    111: R4P4
    QB JOSHUA DOBBS
    CHICAGO BEARS
    112: R4P5
    OT ADAM BISNOWATY
    LA RAMS
    113: R4P6
    OT CHAD WHEELER
    LA CHARGERS
    114: R4P7
    WR CARLOS HENDERSON
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    115: R4P8
    EDGE DEMARCUS WALKER
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    116: R4P9
    WR COOPER KUPP
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    117: R4P10
    CB CORN ELDER
    CHICAGO BEARS
    118: R4P11
    DL NAZAIR JONES
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    119: R4P12
    WR AMARA DARBOH
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    120: R4P13
    DL TANZEL SMART
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    121: R4P14
    DL ISAAC ROCHELL
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    122: R4P15
    CB JOURDAN LEWIS
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    123: R4P16
    QB JEROD EVANS
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    124: R4P17
    TE JEREMY SPRINKLE
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    125: R4P18
    EDGE TREY HENDRICKSON
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    126: R4P19
    RB JEREMY MCNICHOLS
    DENVER BRONCOS
    127: R4P20
    RB MARLON MACK
    DETROIT LIONS
    128: R4P21
    LB ELIJAH LEE
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    129: R4P22
    EDGE RYAN ANDERSON
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    130: R4P23
    TE GERALD EVERETT
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    131: R4P24
    RB JAMES CONNER
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    132: R4P25
    WR CHAD HANSEN
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    133: R4P26
    DL RYAN GLASGOW
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    134: R4P27
    RB BRIAN HILL
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    135: R4P28
    S MARCUS MAYE
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    136: R4P29
    G JESSAMEN DUNKER
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    137: R4P30
    G DANNY ISIDORA
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    138: R4P31
    S RAYSHAWN JENKINS
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    139: R4P32
    WR RYAN SWITZER
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    140: R4P33
    G ZACH BANNER
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    141: R4P34
    CB HOWARD WILSON
    LA RAMS
    142: R4P35
    OT DAN SKIPPER
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    143: R4P36
    WR TAYWAN TAYLOR
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    144: R4P37
    WR ARDARIUS STEWART
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    145: R5P1
    C PAT ELFLEIN
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    146: R5P2
    WR JOSH REYNOLDS
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    147: R5P3
    WR ISAIAH FORD
    CHICAGO BEARS
    148: R5P4
    WR SHELTON GIBSON
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    149: R5P5
    EDGE DEVONTE FIELDS
    LA RAMS
    150: R5P6
    WR MALACHI DUPRE
    NEW YORK JETS
    151: R5P7
    EDGE VINCE BIEGEL
    LA CHARGERS
    152: R5P8
    C TYLER ORLOSKY
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    153: R5P9
    G DAVID SHARPE
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    154: R5P10
    WR DEDE WESTBROOK
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    155: R5P11
    OT WILL HOLDEN
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    156: R5P12
    TE GEORGE KITTLE
    BUFFALO BILLS
    157: R5P13
    EDGE EJUAN PRICE
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    158: R5P14
    C KYLE FULLER
    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    159: R5P15
    WR TRAVIS RUDOLPH
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    160: R5P16
    WR JALEN ROBINETTE
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    161: R5P17
    G JERMAINE ELUEMUNOR
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    162: R5P18
    RB JAMAAL WILLIAMS
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    163: R5P19
    WR JOSH MALONE
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    164: R5P20
    DL CHARLES WALKER
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    165: R5P21
    TE MICHAEL ROBERTS
    DETROIT LIONS
    166: R5P22
    S JOSH HARVEY-CLEMONS
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    167: R5P23
    LB CONNOR HARRIS
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    168: R5P24
    RB ELIJAH MCGUIRE
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    169: R5P25
    DL JARRON JONES
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    170: R5P26
    EDGE JOSH CARRAWAY
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    171: R5P27
    S MONTAE NICHOLSON
    BUFFALO BILLS
    172: R5P28
    EDGE CARROLL PHILLIPS
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    173: R5P29
    CB SHAQUILL GRIFFIN
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    174: R5P30
    WR NOAH BROWN
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    175: R5P31
    RB COREY CLEMENT
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    176: R5P32
    LB BLAIR BROWN
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    177: R5P33
    G DAMIEN MAMA
    DENVER BRONCOS
    178: R5P34
    CB JEREMY CUTRER
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    179: R5P35
    OT J.J. DIELMAN
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    180: R5P36
    DL DEANGELO BROWN
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    181: R5P37
    EDGE KEIONTA DAVIS
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    182: R5P38
    WR ARTAVIS SCOTT
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    183: R5P39
    OT CONOR MCDERMOTT
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    184: R5P40
    G SEAN HARLOW
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    185: R6P1
    CB JALEN MYRICK
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    186: R6P2
    OT ERIK MAGNUSON
    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    187: R6P3
    S TEDRIC THOMPSON
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    188: R6P4
    LB MATT MILANO
    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    189: R6P5
    G COLLIN BUCHANAN
    LA RAMS
    190: R6P6
    LB JAYON BROWN
    LA CHARGERS
    191: R6P7
    RB TARIK COHEN
    NEW YORK JETS
    192: R6P8
    EDGE JOE MATHIS
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    193: R6P9
    RB ELIJAH HOOD
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    194: R6P10
    G KYLE KALIS
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    195: R6P11
    EDGE GARRETT SICKELS
    BUFFALO BILLS
    196: R6P12
    RB AARON JONES
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    197: R6P13
    TE COLE HIKUTINI
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    198: R6P14
    DL DAVON GODCHAUX
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    199: R6P15
    OT STORM NORTON
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    200: R6P16
    LB HARDY NICKERSON
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    201: R6P17
    CB BRENDAN LANGLEY
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    202: R6P18
    RB MATTHEW DAYES
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    203: R6P19
    WR KENNY GOLLADAY
    DENVER BRONCOS
    204: R6P20
    WR TRENT TAYLOR
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    205: R6P21
    S XAVIER WOODS
    DETROIT LIONS
    206: R6P22
    WR CHAD WILLIAMS
    LA RAMS
    207: R6P23
    WR KD CANNON
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    208: R6P24
    EDGE HUNTER DIMICK
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    209: R6P25
    WR STACY COLEY
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    210: R6P26
    RB DONNEL PUMPHREY
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    211: R6P27
    CB CHANNING STRIBLING
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    212: R6P28
    WR AMBA ETTA-TAWO
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    213: R6P29
    QB CHAD KELLY
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    214: R6P30
    EDGE BRYAN COX JR.
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    215: R6P31
    S LORENZO JEROME
    DETROIT LIONS
    216: R6P32
    C JON TOTH
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    217: R6P33
    EDGE DEATRICH WISE JR.
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    218: R6P34
    S JORDAN STERNS
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    219: R7P1
    QB C.J. BEATHARD
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    220: R7P2
    WR DAMORE’EA STRINGFELLOW
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    221: R7P3
    TE JONNU SMITH
    CHICAGO BEARS
    222: R7P4
    OT AVERY GENNESY
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    223: R7P5
    DL JOSH TUPOU
    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    224: R7P6
    S JADAR JOHNSON
    NEW YORK JETS
    225: R7P7
    CB AARION PENTON
    LA CHARGERS
    226: R7P8
    LB BEN BOULWARE
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    227: R7P9
    WR TRAVIN DURAL
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    228: R7P10
    WR DARREUS ROGERS
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    229: R7P11
    EDGE DARIUS ENGLISH
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    230: R7P12
    CB BRIAN ALLEN
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    231: R7P13
    G BEN BRADEN
    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    232: R7P14
    OT JERRY UGOKWE
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    233: R7P15
    OT LEVON MYERS
    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    234: R7P16
    LB JORDAN HERDMAN
    LA RAMS
    235: R7P17
    DL STEVIE TU’IKOLOVATU
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    236: R7P18
    LB RILEY BULLOUGH
    TENNESSEE TITANS
    237: R7P19
    OT SAM TEVI
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    238: R7P20
    LB BEN GEDEON
    DENVER BRONCOS
    239: R7P21
    CB EZRA ROBINSON
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    240: R7P22
    RB TAREAN FOLSTON
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    241: R7P23
    WR ROBERT DAVIS
    NEW YORK GIANTS
    242: R7P24
    WR FRED ROSS
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    243: R7P25
    C CHASE ROULLIER
    HOUSTON TEXANS
    244: R7P26
    TE BILLY BROWN
    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    245: R7P27
    DL JEREMIAH LEDBETTER
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    246: R7P28
    S DAVID JONES
    DALLAS COWBOYS
    247: R7P29
    FB FREDDIE STEVENSON
    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    248: R7P30
    LB JALEN REEVES-MAYBIN
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    249: R7P31
    G AVIANTE COLLINS
    ATLANTA FALCONS
    250: R7P32
    WR ISAIAH MCKENZIE
    DETROIT LIONS
    251: R7P33
    LB DYLAN COLE
    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    252: R7P34
    S SHALOM LUANI
    DENVER BRONCOS
    253: R7P35
    TE BLAKE JARWIN
    DENVER BRONCOS

  • Alan Tman

    So Ashland is an NFL proving ground now? Lol

  • Steve Johnson

    Joshua Dobbs will not last until the 5th Rd. Not too crazy about the WR, I think they will be able to find better value in the 4th Rd. Watt? Not sure, is he really that good? If his name wasn’t Watt, do you think we would be hearing this much talk about him?

  • Alan Tman

    Josh Jones seems like a Taylor Mays.

  • TheGURU

    I like the draft overall. Douglas in the 3rd is a reach he got exposed bad in that Miami bowl game.

  • Alan Tman

    Shane I really like Davis, because as a rookie he made plays. They ALL missed tackles, but very few of them made plays. That’s awesome. Especially for a rookie.

  • T3xassteelers

    Pierre Désir

  • Petherson Silveira

    Conley, Harris, Mixon, Tanoh, Maye and Kelly were by far the BPA when i was on the board. If i the autopick was able, CPU would choose those players to me too. LOL

    About Harris, yes, that was crazy. But to him fall in my Laps, others that i would had pick were gone, like Rivers, TJ Watt and Lawson.
    We should note that other teams have another holes to fill too.
    Maye was a steal in the 4th.

  • Joey

    Was hoping for a TE… but I can’t hate this draft.

  • Shane Mitchell

    I wish I saw some plays that impressed me, i saw a lucky dive to knock a ball out of a WR hands when he was beat in coverage that would be a TD 99 out of 100 times because he was wide open, a tackle at the goal line on a backup slow footed QB, and a hand full of blitzes that were the perfect play calls where he was blitzed right into the play, I think fans dont realize those were not reads, he didnt make those few plays using football instincts. When you watch the all-22 it is so apparent that they simplified the defense so much to include him it was not improved. He was drafted so we could run Tomlin’s cover-2 scheme, its ironic that what most of you hate about the defense now is directly related to Tomlin drafted Sean Davis. He drafted him to play the style of defense you see on the field with no blitzing, rushing 4 and playing cover-2.

  • Consistent

    I would be extremely excited about this crop heading into camp!

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Stanley Jean-Baptiste

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Keith McGill

  • Ace

    I like it. Addresses all the needs but TE, which could be set already depending on health. Lotta smoke at the top end of the ILB position from the PS. If Davis falls I could see him being the top pick, but maybe Josh Jones comes in on third down and fills that role. Ok, i see it. Sticking with my guy Douglas, good to see it. Seems to be your most hated pick but I like him and think he will be a player. I would swap out Tanah for a real Edge player there, Smoot or Biegel. But don’t really hate the pick. Conner is kinda blah to me, rather see some more sizzle with the RB pick. Kareem Hunt is my guy there, but he would have to go earlier than 6th.

    One thing of note, I think you have 7 of the 8 as pre-draft visitors, all but Watt who was a pro day dinner guy. If memory serves me, you guys worked out an average of 4 players are selected who came in for visits. If that’s the case, you figure half the guys drafted will be non-visitors right? So where are the wild cards Dave? I expect at least 3 eye-brow raisers drafted that they didn’t really show much interest in to you and me. The guys that when the name is announced everyone runs to Depot to see if there was a report done up on! I wonder who those guys will be? Overall, a high quality safe mock draft.

  • Brian Tollini

    That is insane. I would be surprised with anything before late day 2 on him, but I suppose if you are the GM and you think he can be a special player at the QB position, you don’t really care where you pick him at, as long as you get him.

  • newguy68

    I’d take this draft and run with it – except for the WR. Swap him out for a TE and this would be a fantastic draft !!!

    This is the year to draft a Tight End. There are sooooo many quality TE’s available. Get one know while you can.

  • falconsaftey43

    IDK they already have White, Burkhead and trying to steal Gilislee from the Bills. that’s a lot of RBs.

  • falconsaftey43

    Going to 4-3 would be even worse. You’d need 3 off ball LBs then, and we only have two in Shazier and Williams.

  • falconsaftey43

    I honestly think his name is why it took so long for him to get talked about. A lot of people dismissed the idea as, oh he’s just JJ’s brother. The guy had 11.5 sacks in his first year on defense, and tester through the roof at the combine. I think he’s rated appropriately (late 1st-early 2nd). Similar guys are being ranked in that range (Bowser).

  • Matt Manzo

    Wow, Dave!
    I think it’s the best mock of the year so far!
    Getting Conner in the 6th would be so awesome!
    Only thing that still has me on the fence with Watt, is the one year starter. But that didn’t matter with Burns, so maybe it’s not as big a deal for a number 1.
    Jones is just the type of DB I’d love in 2. Rasul is growing on me more and more. He seems like a Steelers CB but I don’t know if that’s a good or bad thing!
    Tanoh would make me feel way more comfortable about the Dline depth!
    Gibson sounds like a Ward type Wr!
    Dobbs is the perfect QB to take in this draft, if we have to take one. I say either he or Evans.
    And Javancy would be a great addition to the LB core as well as ST!
    All around a great mock!

  • Riverstko

    Good mock! But Conner should be 5th, by 6th he will be gone.

  • Brad Lucas

    Add me to the same school of thought that you have. Watt doesn’t show me what I want in a pass rusher, especially for year 1. If it plays out like this, I really hope Lawson is the 1st rounder.

  • Matt Manzo

    I don’t think any rookie QB this year would beat out Landry for the number 2. FO is attached to guys that know the system. So if we’re looking for Ben’s replacement we can wait til a real franchise QB shows up.

  • Matt Manzo

    That’s why I can’t even look at fanspeak anymore!

  • Michael Mosgrove

    Didn’t say it was, but shaheen is a beast period.

  • Kenneth Wilt

    Here is my latest from WalktheMock. Thoughts?

    1:30 T.J. Watt EDGE Wisconsin
    2:30 Josh Jones S North Carolina St.
    3:30 George Kittle TE Iowa
    3:41 Davis Webb QB California
    4:28 Jalen Myrick CB Minnesota
    5:29 Ryan Switzer WR North Carolina
    6:29 Javancy Jones EDGE Jackson St.
    7:30 Isaac Rochell DE Notre Dame

    I didn’t want to take any QB in the draft, but Webb in the 3rd with a comp pick was too good to pass up.

  • Matt Manzo

    Good one! I’m still having a hard time separating Webb and Dobbs, but if Dobbs does climb into the 2nd id be fine with Webb, or Evans later.
    I really like Kittle, Myrick and Switzer. Not taking a RB might catch some heat.

  • Michael Conrad

    I could live with the picks but I kind of want Obi in the first if he is on the board and Edge/OLB Willis in the second and a slot CB and RB in the third and you have a good draft.

    Fourth could be WR or ILB or TE and fifth could be Dobbs. Sixth could be another OLB or TE if not picked and Seventh could be Jones. We will always need a Jones to beat on.

    I think Watt could be there is the second he is more of a effort guy then talent. I like Willis a lot and Carl Lawson could be there in the second. I’m thinking someone drops in the first and we end up CB or S. I think there are more EDGE and OLB you could pick up between round two and four and they are all good picks over taking one in the first. I just think you have to run the draft board to your advantage.

    Good EDGE and OLB through the fourth round. Good CB through the fourth round. Good TE through the fifth round and RB fifth round. ILB not many good ones but some late in the draft to take a chance on.

    I can’t think of a year were the Steelers could draft at 30 and end up with a chance at good talent.

  • Rene Gonzalez

    Sad thing is that it will most probably not happen this way, there will be at least one offensive guy selected on day two.

  • PaeperCup

    Nice one Dave!

    TE in the 4th would be my only change.

  • T3xassteelers

    Yup him too!

  • T3xassteelers

    Don’t remember him much tbh

  • PaeperCup

    Kittle vs MAye would be a tough decision for me, but I think you are right, more “value” in Maye at that point.

  • Justin Warrenfeltz

    I’m very ok with this draft. Haven’t been able to say that with any other draft. The only thing is that the Steelers didn’t address TE with this mock. While I don’t think we’re in as bad of shape at this position as some national commentators would contend, I do think the Steelers address it with one of their 8 draft picks.

  • Ni mo

    If the Steelers take watt in round 1 with adoree Jackson , Kevin King , marlin Humphrey obi melinfonwu there I would be pissed off , I think rivers or bowser will be better options than watt in my opinion is a one year wonder

  • Sam Clonch

    I really like how Bowser has so much experience dropping into coverage.

  • LouPGH

    I would be ecstatic over this draft class.

  • Jason McDonald

    Next years QB draft class has the potential to be “historically good” . Why would they reach this year for someone? You may be in denial about how the Steelers do business

  • Dan

    I can’t imagine Watt would be there at the end of the 2nd. I try not to get enamoured with bloodlines, but I think Watt could be really good. I’d be happy with him at 30 (depending on who else is still on the board). I would guess we’ll get a TE at some point. 5th rd seems about right.

  • Ray Powell

    Yep, I’d be pretty happy with this. Would prefer ILB to safety in the second, but with the limited crop of ILBs available, that may not be possible.

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Watt is a good player who had a great year in the Big 10. I think an early 2nd projection is pretty accurate for him due to his injury history (both knees) and only one year of any production to speak of. If he had 2 years of that kind of production and no injuries, he might have been top 10.

  • Doug

    Richard Sherman ran a 4.56

  • Alan Tman

    Well I’ll take Bryant over a maybe all day long. Especially while he’s only making 700,000. It will take Shaheen 4 years to have 17 TDS.

  • Alan Tman

    People forget so quickly. Troy was not on the field at all his rookie season, so let’s not say Davis won’t grow into our defense.

  • Edward Hunt

    I’m not so high on TJ Watt. They need someone with a high ceiling as a pass rusher

  • Edward Hunt

    I like Josh Dobbs though. He gets the ball out quick

  • stan

    That’s crazy talk. We just came off a year when two guys drafted in the second round were week 1 starters for playoff teams, and it wasn’t a particularly strong year for QBs last year either.

  • Jay Hallauer

    Dave, i love this mock. I was very suprised you selected TJ WAtt because of ur comments on the podcast but to me being an ohio state fan and watching a lot of wisconsin every saturday along with the buckeyes i really like tj watt. He reminds me of clay mathews and resembles his brother at times with his motor. I think u get a kid like this and develop him and he will become a great OLB in our D

  • steeltown

    Man this draft is gonna be fun

  • Jay Hallauer

    This is what i would love

  • Steeler4l1f3

    This is the grand slam of all mocks. Not overly sexy but goodness is it right on as far as our primary needs, each player’s athletic profile and upside.

    I would be extremely happy with this draft. Our Defense has holes so that’s what we should focus on.

    Rasul and Jones in our secondary along with Burns, Davis, MM. Damn, now that’s some speed and ball skills. Tanoh and Watt in our front 7 or front 4. My goodness, we would have a legit NASCAR package on third downs.

    Would love to see a TE but not in the first 4 picks. No ILB but that’s me nit picking.

    Great job Bryan.

  • Ni mo

    I would be pissed if the Steelers take watt with obi , adoree Jackson , Kevin , King and marlon Humphrey still on the board

  • Michael Mosgrove

    Ill take shaheen over Bryant all day. Shaheen is a Miller type player.

  • Steel.pirate

    Not really…. of the 12 playoff teams, 7 started QBs that were Round 1 picks. D. Carr was 36 overall and B. Osweiler obviously didn’t belong there. Only 3 QBs could have been considered decent but outside round 1 talent… and of those 1 could really have had a rookie fluke season. Over the past 15 years, the “success rate” for QBs taken outside the Top 5, is incredibly low. Given how important the position is now in the NFL, its hard to believe that you will find a good starter after Round 2 in any draft, since every year 10+ teams need an QB upgrade.

  • Ni mo

    Watt in round 1? With obi melinfonwu , adoree Jackson , Kevin king , and Marlon Humphrey still on the board . Man I would be pissed

  • Voice O’ Reason

    Sorry, I have no idea what you’re talking about. Hackenberg was the only QB taken in the 2nd last year, and he’s busy trying to hang on to 3rd string duties for the Jets.

    I’m also wondering why you qualified them as “week one starters on playoff teams.” Was that a roundabout way of saying they didn’t actually play in the playoff games? lol.

    If you really meant that there were two who were 2nd round picks at some point in history, then ok, I guess. I also recall Pittsburgh, Miami, NYG, GB, Detroit, Atlanta and KC who all had 1st rounders at the helm. In any event, you can search for all the Tom Bradys and Russell Wilsons you like in the later rounds. Those are once in a generation draft picks. I’ll take 1st rounders. In 10 years I bet I have a lot more trophies than you.

  • “WC”

    I probably shouldn’t be making any comments, but I will anyway.

    Your mock draft was interesting for it’s information on prospective players only, at least that’s how I looked at it.

    I remembered when Colbert said “who really knows how these draft picks will pan out. It would be considered a special draft if the players helped them win a championship, other than that you you never know”.

    If Rooney said the team needs to put more pressure on the QB. Since he is the owner, I would assume his desire for that will be paramount in the draft and they will draft the types of players who can do just that.

    I remember Colbert also saying if a drafted player beats out a veteran player, so be it. Yes, they do have the roster players already, but I believe that come the end of training camp, some of the players we’ve come to know will no longer be on the team, because the coaches know what they can do already, and they need play makers, and not just serviceable ones.

    I also feel that they just don’t need depth guys, but guys who can actually really play at a high level when called upon.

    The loss to New England and to Denver the year before indicates they have the talent, but not necessarily the types of players and maybe even the coaches to ensure the players are able to execute the game plan correctly.

    In championship games, there is no time to attempt to figure out what your opponents are doing. You’ve got to match up, and the Steelers fell short in that regard.

    If many of you feel you have a good handle on what may happen, then I applaud you.

    Great info for comments purposes only.

    If Rooney says they need to shore up the defense to be able to put more pressure on the QB, then I assume that’s what they are going to do.

    To be in that Super Bowl discussion, you must have a complete team, or as complete as you can get.

    It all starts in the trenches, on both sides of the ball.

    They must get pressure up the middle for slow of foot, but really good dink and dunk QB’s.

    They can not just let the QB sit back there and survey the field and pick apart the defense at their leisure as Brady did.

    Get pressure on the QB any way you can get it.

    It can be done with the right personnel on the field. The key is to find them!

  • Tab Holder

    Take Watt out and put in Derek Rivers or Carl Lawson and you have me.

  • Michael James

    Like I said, absolutely not your fault. Those picks were no brainers. It’s just that fanspeak uses a realy bad big board when they project Harris to be available in the second round and Maye available in the fifth. Simply won’t happen.

  • Steelgator

    A lot of faith in Ladarius Green’s recovery here. Has he cleared protocol yet from his concussion 6 months ago? Drafting Shelton Gibson doesn’t show a lot of faith in Bryant. Or Coates. Or Heyward-Bey. Or Hunter.

  • Darth Blount 47

    I like this mock quite a bit, Dave. I see that everyone around here (You and the readers) really seem to like/want/mock us Rasul Douglas. As much as he keeps getting shoved down my throat, I’m going to keep treating him like my Brussels sprouts, and spit them back up slyly and try to get the dog to eat them.

    I can get on board with Watt at 30 and just hold my breath that he is both able to remain healthy, AND develop anywhere close to his brother. The readers around here know how much I LOVE me some Joshy Jones, so that is my favorite pick that you made. Followed closely by scoring James Conner in the 6th. 7th round can go any which way, so why not grab a kid we can hopefully play at both Inside and Out, if we feel he shines at one better than the other in Camp. Gibson is fine, I think he’s solid. Don’t love taking a WR, but it IS our addiction, and you’ve got to feed the monkey.

    Josh Dobbs is fine because you took him in the 5th, which means I win my bet with Star-Spangled-Steeler. I also hope you don’t mind if I try to convert him on the 2nd day of Camp. Lol. And lastly, Tanoh is cool with me. I see you stuck pretty closely to the pre-draft interest guys. Which makes sense. Kpass could really become a secret weapon for us along the line. I think he’s a project in our system, but the 3rd comp. is good enough value. And if he hits, he’ll provide us with an element that we don’t currently have on the roster. And it will be a hoot watching him just stand up to block 6 kicks or so a year and frustrate other teams to no end! 🙂

    Only slight issue I see, is the lack of a new Slot CB. So instead of Dobbs I would have double-dipped and grabbed that. You better hope Golson, Gay, or Sensabaugh can handle the responsibility this year. Or try to further complicate and convert Davis, and let Jones play SS.

  • Darth Blount 47

    I love Joshy! Is that enough hard-hitting analysis?

  • Darth Blount 47

    My thoughts exactly.

  • Darth Blount 47

    This means that if we cut him now, in order to use the money right now for some reason, so that is called a “Pre-June 1st cut”, we’d be able to bank 3.562 million, and that would leave a dead money hit for the future books of the 2.625 million. Money we’d have to pay even though the player is no longer around.

    Though, there is what is called a “Post June 1st designation,” which means we cut him now, designate him that, and although we don’t actually gain the money right away for doing the cutting, we DO gain a higher portion of that money back later, and then the dead money hit that we take is lessened as well.

    So in that instance, we could cut Green now, give him the Post-June 1st designation, and then we’d get 5 million dollars back later this summer to be able to use, and we’d only be on the hook for the difference, so then 1.187 million in “dead money.”

    This is all working off that total number that he’s owed, which is 6.187.5 million. Which is his “base salary guaranteed” plus any prorated money, not including bonus, workout, or others figures, which he has none of currently.

    Hope this helps!

  • Darth Blount 47

    We can’t trade for one? Sign one? Or draft one next year?

  • Darth Blount 47

    They throw chicken bones on the ground inside a colored circle and read the message.

  • Darth Blount 47

    Hey! Can we start that club?! The “Anti-Rasul” fan club?! Where we sit around and hate on him and curse his name and eat pizza and laugh when he goes to Cleveland!

  • Darth Blount 47

    He covered all over in college. He has the height, size, strength, and ferocity, to match up with just about ANY TE you can name.

  • Alan Tman

    Time will tell, but we already have seen what MB10 can do.

  • T3xassteelers

    Love that analysis 🙂 Well thought out with some excellent insight.

  • Alan Tman

    I’m still waiting for comparable numbers from another receiver.

  • AndyR34

    Well here is the crux of the Steelers problem…they can’t cover all of their needs with 8 draft choices…especially given the track record of picks from the 4th thru 7th rounds in making significant contributions. A few hit…most do not. So how the Steelers prioritize their first 4 selections will tell us a lot. I think we know an edge rusher and a DB will be in that mix, but…how it goes down will be fun to watch.

  • MC

    Oh man Charles Harris in the second would be a dream come true after a CB or S in the first

  • george

    Well they’re 0 for 2 with Golsons sholder and Greens ankle. Maybe they should switch to a Ouija board.

  • MC

    I’m jumping on the Watt hype train. While i’d prefer Harris if he was there and knowing Watt might take a season to make a significant impact, I just think he will be one of these players that puts it all together and will have me thinking in the near future “man we should of drafted that guy”. I like a guy with good bloodlines that works hard and has a great motor. He also seems like a fast learner with how well he did in his first year as starting edge.
    For the love of god I hope it isn’t Peppers at 30.

    Man I am dying with anticipation over this draft because its deep at position of need and im all about defense. If we hit three or even two defensive picks like we did last year, it could really really turn this D around.

  • Kenneth Wilt

    I’ll say what I said earlier. If you don’t pick OLB in 1 you are waiting till 5 or 6 for someone like Ekubam (sp?) it Javency Jones. The majority of edge guys all look like they are 2.1 to 2.10 type guys IMO.

  • Superdriller316

    This is a draft that I would love to have. Not a fan of TJ Watt, I would go for Rivers. Josh Jones is the safety I like. It’s better to say whoa than sick’em. Javancy Jones is another high effort trash talker with a gets back story. Conner is the fan favorite and can be brought in to close out games.

    This draft could put #7 in the trophy case.

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    Stan –

    I am one of the few people on this board who agrees with you.

    The Steelers owner (Art Rooney III) wants to draft a young QB this year. Colbert and Co. have met with every single one of the top QB prospects. We have an extra 3rd round comp pick. Ben spent much of the off season wondering if he would even come back. How many more clues do people need?

    The fact that some people are calling this a “weak” QB class really doesn’t have anything to do with it. That’s like saying, “My car is about to break down, but I’m not buying a new one until next year when there’s more inventory at the dealership.”

    The other thing is. Just because people say this is a weak class doesn’t make it true. Nobody on this board (including myself) knows whether or not Mahomes or Trubisky or Watson will be a success. If they all perform well in the NFL, this “weak” QB class suddenly becomes incredibly “strong.”

    I already have 3 side bets with 3 different people that the Steelers will select a QB in the first 4 rounds. And I’m feeling pretty confident.

  • MountaineerJGro

    Excellent mock. Really like the Villanova DE pick. I’ve watched every CB Douglas game at WVU. He’s good. He should cover the bigger WR of the opposition. Only DeDe Westbrook gave him trouble this year. I don’t think Douglas will ever be a #1 cover CB, but he can definitely be a solid starter.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    Can he be an impactful player? Sure. But he is also a knucklehead. Shaheen isn’t.

  • Terrible Towlie

    trade for Cardale Jones QB Buffalo

  • Cormel Bovan Sr.

    Him and Shazier would be scary fast.

  • Shannon Stephenson

    I personally do not like Watt but the honest truth is he is in the mix. I am not sure how we do it but I feel ILB goes earlier but this is very probable in my eyes.

  • Steelsmoke

    Draft simulation is crazy grab bpa and all the rest is one step behind. Like fish through your fingers. Gotta trust in Colbert he got big ones.

  • Jay Brenner

    Don’t know but I would love it.

  • Kelly Walker

    Do you really think Connor falls that far? I’d take him in the 5th if he is still there maybe even the 4th. I like most of this draft, especially if Josh is eventually replacing mitchell. I just don’t like the CB situation. I’d like a guy that will take Cockrell’s job before the playoffs.

  • Beeze

    If things play out this way during the real draft, I would dance a jig. Love the focus on defense again Dave as you complete the rebuild. Next year they can go back to a more balanced off/def mix. Fingers crossed!

  • Aj Gentile

    I’m with you on Watt

  • Aj Gentile

    I don’t know if that is too bold. Look how high safties went last year

  • LucasY59

    I would be pretty happy with this draft, really like the Kpassagnon and Conner picks (it would be great value as well as some of my favorite players in this draft)

    TJ Watt and Josh Jones are good players (they arent my favs, but I wouldnt complain about either of them)

    Douglas seems like someone everyone wants to mock to the Steelers (kinda like Conner) I dont hate the pick, but am not excited about it either

    Gibson isnt a terrible pick, but I would maybe try and get a TE instead? (or move up the picks of Conner and Dobbs)

    speaking of Dobbs, I dont want a QB this draft, but if they have to pick one Josh is the one I want, and getting him in the 5th would be great (not interested in a early rd pick, and unfortunately QBs get picked earlier than they should, Peterman could be another option, but like I said he will probably be gone (too early) by the 3rd rd, getting Dobbs in the 4th would be decent)

    Javancy Jones is the 7th rd pick so it doesnt matter too much who they get (basically a UDFA) but Jones is an interesting LB prospect

  • TheGURU

    You give me Corn Elder over Douglas.. even a few others like Sutton I think I would love this draft

  • TheGURU

    Douglas got smoked by those mini receivers in the russel athletic bowl game it was bad