Today we will look at the good, the bad and the ugly in a new four-round model by Chad Reuters from NFL.com. The Pittsburgh Steelers have a list of laundry needs for the NFL and will ultimately boil down to how the front office ranks those needs in a very thorough project.
In the first round, Reuters led the Steelers to take the former USC offensive fighter Alijah Vera-Tucker. Vera-Tucker’s experience in both security and combat will be enticing for Pittsburgh. There may still be technically better solutions on board, but as a versatile person with a high ceiling, Vera-Tucker makes sense here.
Moving on to the second round, the Steelers come out with a little script with the corner defender of the state of Florida Asante Samuel Jr. Hilton. Pittsburgh was not very lucky in preparing the corner kicks, but this may be a necessity.
Stanford center Drew Dalman is the Steelers̵
Finally, in the fourth round, the Steelers chose Oregon, which ran with Germar Jefferson. Like Dalman in the third round, this choice doesn’t feel like a good use of choice in such a deep draft. There’s no denying that the Steelers want to make an escape, but Jefferson is almost completely invisible in every aspect of his game.