Steelers take Jarvis Jones in the first round as we make the transition from speculation to reality
With just a few days left before the start of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Steelers choice doesn't seem any more obvious than it was two months ago. Steel34D is going to make one last attempt to predict the Steelers' first round pick.
ESPN Draft Analyst Mel Kiper's preseason grade given to the Steelers draft was a B. He moved that to a C after a subpar season from the team's draft class. There's plenty in place, though, to see that grade moving to an A in 2013.
ESPN Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has some high praise for the combination of Steelers RG David DeCastro and C Maurkice Pouncey.
Everyone makes mistakes, even people in the spotlight, but it seems that the people in the public eye get reminded of past mistakes far too often. Even long after they've matured and their transgressions are in the distant past. Will Steelers 2nd round pick, Mike Adams, ever live down his college mistakes? I guess we'll have to find out.
The Steelers have used many high round picks on offensive linemen in recent years. Hopefully, this could lead to more scoring and production from their very talented skill position players.
It isn't often that a great value and a major need intersect as perfectly as they did last night for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who selected guard David Decastro out of Stanford with the 24th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
According to Beaver County Times reporter Mike Bires, the Steelers draft board is "98 percent set," with a few final details underway.
The first six picks in the 2012 NFL Draft seem to be taking shape. After that, however, things get a bit more interesting.
Steelers add three 7th round picks to its bounty, giving them 10 overall selections. It's the most the Steelers have had since 2010.
BTSC investigates a few Day 3 prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft. Great players will be found in the middle rounds this year, and here are a few of them.
There is a possibility that the Steelers will lose Pro Bowl receiver Mike Wallace as a restricted free agent, and in exchange, they'll get a first round draft choice as compensation. However, it's not always an even trade. At least not right away.
There are some talented players likely to be on the board in the second and even the third round in the 2012 NFL Draft. Here are a few the Steelers could be looking at.
A first-round mock draft done with thorough analysis and speculation, including the futures of Peyton Manning and New Orleans.
BTSC interview Nevada ILB prospect James-Michael Johnson, a projected middle-round pick in April's NFL Draft.
Offensive lineman Cordy Glenn is an option for the Steelers with the No. 24 pick in April's NFL Draft. Here's why.
Hightower vs. Poe is shaping up to be the most hotly followed draft argument in recent memory for Steelers fans. Will the workouts of either of these players solidify their bid to become the next Steelers player?