The Pittsburgh Steelers can't have a draft without selecting linebackers, and the 2016 NFL Draft was no different. We update the depth charts with the newest additions to the black and gold.
2016 NFL Draft Analysis
The Steelers went back to the offensive side of the ball in the seventh round of the draft, selecting Houston wide receiver DeMarcus Ayers No. 229 overall.
After drafting three defensive players in the first three rounds, the Steelers selected Louisiana State University offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins in the fourth round on Saturday.
Sean Davis, the corner/safety out of Maryland, was the Steelers mostly unpopular 2nd round pick on Friday. Pittsburgh's 2nd round selections haven't been very popular in recent years, but they've pretty productive, and that's the bottom line.
Grading an NFL Draft class immediately after the draft is difficult, but Mel Kiper Jr. grades out all 32 NFL teams' draft classes.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected OT Jerald Hawkins from LSUin the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.