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Full Seven Round Mock Draft

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Steeltime

So conservative, I'll vote (R) after I die.
Interesting mock. Harris is an excellent addition, very high floor, starts day 1 in my opinion. Tryon is a bit of a Dupree clone - 6'5", 260 lbs., 4.58 40. Opted out of 2020.

Like this mock, I am starting to like OT Spencer Brown of Northern Iowa. Brown is huge but lean. 6'8", 314 lbs. For those obsessed with arm length, this is your guy. Looked pretty good at the Senior Bowl. May be stuck at RT; because he is so tall, struggles against guys that can turn the corner with speed and bend, since he winds up pushing them on the back rather than staying in front of them. For that reason, may get beat around the edge by quick pass rushers. Will actually have less trouble with bigger guys like Myles Garrett.

Talanoa Hufanga, Safety - USC. If he can stay healthy. Instinctive. Good run support. Excellent awareness of the ball in the air. Plus, Samoan S from USC? Come on, man.
 

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slashsteel

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To mock it:

1.Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB, Notre Dame
2.Gregory Rousseau EDGE, Miami
3 Spencer Brown OT, Northern Iowa
4 Chuba Hubbard RB, Oklahoma State
5 Trey Hill C, Georgia
6 Rachad Wildgoose Jr. CB, Wisconsin
7 Tony Poljan TE, Virginia
8 Michael Strachan - Charleston WR, Charleston
 

Steeltime

So conservative, I'll vote (R) after I die.
Relative to a certain guy I have developed an interest seeing become a Steeler in round 4 ... look at who the mock has going at pick 40, i.e., early 2nd round.
 

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SteelerFan448

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1. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB
I don't know if this is what the Steelers want next to Bush, but I think he's the BAP with the biggest upside.

2. Quinn Meinerz, C
Shorter than they usually go for, he's still very strong and athletic.

3. Spencer Brown, OT
Developmental player, but a good spot for this type of player in the draft.

4a. Chuba Hubbard, RB
Hope to recapture some of the 2019 magic.

4b. Shaun Wade, CB
There are a lot of question marks around his play, but reports I read is that he should translate well to a slot corner.

6. Cornell Powell, WR
Solid developmental prospect.

7a. Tony Poljan, TE
Seems to be the type of late-round TE this team always looks for.

7b. I didn't look at who else was available for this spot so I'll leave it blank.
 

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Superman

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To mock it:

1.Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB, Notre Dame
2.Gregory Rousseau EDGE, Miami
3 Spencer Brown OT, Northern Iowa
4 Chuba Hubbard RB, Oklahoma State
5 Trey Hill C, Georgia
6 Rachad Wildgoose Jr. CB, Wisconsin
7 Tony Poljan TE, Virginia
8 Michael Strachan - Charleston WR, Charleston
1. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB, Notre Dame
2. Brevin Jordan TE, Miami
3. Trey Sermon RB, Ohio State
4. Dylan Moses LB, Alabama
5. Walker Little OT, Stanford
6. Shakur Brown CB, Michigan State
7. K.J. Costello QB, Mississippi State
8. Damonte Coxie, WR, Memphis
 

steelerscotty

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Mocked your mock. Note: Because i know Walker Little is still there in round 4 it changed who and where i picked in the first three rounds. I would be shocked if he made it past round 3 and I'm pretty sure he will go some time in round 2.

1. Zaven Collins, ILB, Tulsa.
2. Quinn Mienrez, C, W-WhiteWater.
3. Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio St.
4a. Walker Little, T, Stanford.
4b. Tariq Thompson, S, SDSU
6. Cary Angeline, TE, NCSU
7a. DJ Daniel, CB, Georgia.
7b. Tarron Jackson, Edge, Coastal Carolina.
 

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