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April Fools Day: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and more importantly, welcome to the month of April. By the end of this month we will have several new Pittsburgh Steelers players to discuss and breakdown thoroughly for the remainder of the offseason. With that said, a few of us will have a couple more mock drafts for all of you to chew on this month along with several more player profiles.

As usual, I have five questions for you to answer on this Friday April Fools Day night and I hope several of you will oblige me with answers for all of them in the comments below.

A quick nugget, the next time April Fools Day falls on a Friday will be in 2022. I wonder who the Steelers quarterback will be then.

Have a safe and profitable weekend and thank you for visiting the site this past week. Peace and love, peace and love!

1 – Now that I have thoroughly broken down young cornerbacks Mackensie Alexander and Eli Apple for you in addition to providing you a Steelers draft study related to that specific position, what percent chance would you put on the team actually drafting either one of those players?

2 – The Steelers added yet another free agent on Thursday when they signed defensive lineman Ricardo Mathews to a one-year contract. Will the team sign another free agent prior to the draft, and if you think they will, what position will that player play?

3 – Name one player that continues to be forced into the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft by analyst that you believe will surely wind up being drafted in the second round.

4 – True or false: Linebacker Anthony Chickillo is a stone cold lock to make the Steelers final 53-man roster in 2016.

5 – I am currently working on compiling most all of the 2015 targets for William Jackson III for you and while that might take a while, I hope to have them done by next Friday at the latest. After that, I am open to doing at least one more cornerback prior to the draft and assuming I can find most of the tape, which player would you like to see me tackle?

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