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The Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 NFL Draft was underwhelming, but which player will take the biggest step forward in 2019?

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Last we I discussed which member of the 2017 NFL Draft class will have the best season in 2019. Sticking to a similar format, this year I ask about a different draft class.

The 2018 Steelers draft class was odd. There were players with a lot of potential, but none really lived up to all of those lofty standards.

Just take a look at the class:

Round 1 - Terrell Edmunds, S, Virginia Tech
Round 2 - James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
Round 3 - Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
Round 3 - Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan
Round 5 - Marcus Allen, S, Penn State
Round 5 - Jaylen Samuels, RB, North Carolina State
Round 7 - Joshua Frazier, DT, Alabama

Of all those players, only Frazier is not on the team anymore. In fact, he recently retired from football after the AAF folded. But which one from the 2018 draft will take the biggest step forward and have a huge 2019?

Plenty has to be deciphered here, and I lay it all out there for the listeners in the latest show...

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