The Steelers had back to back picks at the end of round five, and have used the first of the two to add depth to a young and talented group of defensive backs. Joe Burnett, a 5'9, 190lbs cornerback from the University of Central Florida was selected with the 168th pick in the 2009 NFL draft. I personally don't know that much about Burnett, but he had a very productive collegiant career and will look to compete for a role more than likely as a nickle and dime corner in the first year. According to NFL.com:
The four-year starter was named first-team All-Conference USA at cornerback and kickoff and punt returner as a senior. A bit smaller and slower than most teams would like in a starter, Burnett is a strong, confident Tampa-2 corner in the making.