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Pittsburgh Steelers Draft Perspective

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Front Office: Decision Makers

* = who really pulls the trigger on draft day

Instant Draft Grades (Most Recent Class)                     

  • 1.32: DT Ziggy Hood: The defensive line is aging, Hood has a high motor and fits the scheme. Grade: B+.
  • 3.79: OL Kraig Ubrik: Underrated, hard-working athlete, should be in the mix to contribute early. Grade: B+.
  • 3.84: WR Mike Wallace: Wallace has blazing 4.33 speed and can excel as a return specialist Grade: A-.
  • 3.96: DB Keenan Lewis: Decent size/speed ratio. Physical corner that provides immediate depth. Grade: B-.
  • 5.168: DB Joe Burnett: Lacks ideal measurables but was a great college player. Grade: C+.
  • 5.169: RB Frank Summers: Could step in early as a power back in short yardage situations. Grade: B-.
  • 6.205: DT Ra'shon Harris: Athetic tackle is a project but could have his best football in front of him. Grade: C.
  • 7.226: OL A.Q. Shipley: Fireplug interior lineman is tough to bet against, no matter how late the pick. Grade: B-.
  • 7.241: TE David Johnson: Sort of a hybrib FB/TE, that could project as a H-Back Grade: C.

Undrafted Free Agents

WR Steven Black, Memphis

DE Jeff Bradley, Western Carolina

DT Steve McLendon, Troy

RB Isaac Redman, Bowie State

WR Tyler Grisham, Clemson

WR Cedric Goodman, Georgia

LB Tom Korte, Hillsdale

QB Kevin McCabe, California (Pa.)

LB Andy Schantz, Portland State

LS Mark Estermyer, Pitt

QB Mike Reilly, Central Washington

FS Derrick Richardson, New Mexico State

OT Ramon Foster, Tennessee

UDFA Try-outs and Contracts as of 1st Mini Camp

$ = Opening day roster

Practice Squad

This section will be updated after 53-man rosters are set in the fall.

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