Never Too Early 2019 Steelers Mock Draft

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  • 1. CB BYRON MURPHY WASHINGTON


    Plug -n- Play starter at a position of need


    2. TE NOAH FANT IOWA


    Jessie James is as good as gone. Vance McDonald can't be relied upon to stay healthy.


    3. OLB D'ANDRE WALKER


    Excels at setting the edge in run defense; will develop as a pass rusher.


    4. WR DAVID SILLS WEST VIRGINIA


    The AB saga makes WR a position of need. Love Sills' height and work ethic.


    6a. CB MYLES BRYANT WASHINGTON


    Small, but physical. Would fit as a nickel back.


    6b. LB BOBBY OKEREKE STANFORD



    After watching Okereke in the Sun Bowl, I'm not sure he will last until the 6th round.


    7. DL MATT NELSON IOWA


    6-foot-8, 295-pounds.

    "In short, in life, as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard; don't foul and don't shirk, but hit the line hard!"
    Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (1900)

  • doubled down at two key defensive spots CB and ILB in the first 4 picks ....


    20: R1P20
    LB DEVIN WHITE
    LSU


    52: R2P20 CB TRAYVON MULLEN
    CLEMSON


    83: R3P19 LB DEVIN BUSH
    MICHIGAN


    122:R4P20
    CB MARK GILBERT
    DUKE


    177: R6P2 WR DARIUS SLAYTON
    AUBURN


    194:R6P19
    G DARRYL WILLIAMS
    MISSISSIPPI STATE


    221: R7P5 OT MITCH HYATT
    CLEMSON

    "They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
    Ben Franklin

  • so much " unknown" right now ...


    will we still have Munch ?

    will other def. coaches get the deserved axe ?

    what becomes of AB and his issues ?

    do they try and tag Bell and trade him to maximize value ?

    "They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
    Ben Franklin