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Steelers 7 round draft prediction game. (The winner gets a prize and chest bumping bragging rights)

slashsteel

Well-known member
So the draft approaches this week and as always a lot of fun for many.

Adding to it, shall we play a game?

So this contest is simple. Predict round 1 -7 of who the Steelers will select. The winner will be the contestant with the most accrued points.

The rules are as follows:

Predict the player in the correct round = 5 points.
Predict the correct player but in a different round = 3 points.
Predict the wrong player = 0 points.
Bonus points - predict correctly what round a trade will happen = 4 points, predict a trade but the wrong round = 1 point.

Tiebreaker What position(s) won't be drafted. Each correct answer = 1 point
.

1 Pick 24 -
2 Pick 55-
3 Pick 87-
4A Pick 128-
4B Pick 140-
6 Pick 216-
7A Pick 245-
7B Pick 254-

In the event a contestant declines his/her prize it then goes to the runner up. It will not be donated to a charity of your choosing, it will not go to someone "needy". I am not sending a vacuum cleaner or a box of juicy fruits. So the prize will not fulfill needs outside of your Steelers fandom. These are the rules so they are written. I have spoken my piece and counted to three.

(only Steelers fans / Steelernation members are eligible to play) (Contributor or a non contributor are eligible to play)

Edits can be made up to Wednesday evening.
 

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slashsteel

Well-known member
I am ineligible to play but will give my picks for shits and giggles.

1 Pick 24 - Najee Harris-RB
2 Pick 55- Creed Humphrey C
3 Pick 87- Walker Little T
4A Pick 128- Anthony Schwartz WR
4B Pick 140- Keith Taylor CB
6 Pick 216- Jonathon Cooper edge
7A Pick 245- Kenny Yeboah TE
7B Pick 254- Avery Williams CB

Trade in the second round up.

QB,P,K, and G won't be drafted.

 
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Litos

Well-known member
I am ineligible to play but will give my picks for shits and giggles.

1 Pick 24 - Najee Harris-RB
2 Pick 55- Creed Humphrey C
3 Pick 87- Walker Little T
4A Pick 128- Anthony Schwartz WR
4B Pick 140- Keith Taylor CB
6 Pick 216- Jonathon Cooper edge
7A Pick 245- Kenny Yeboah TE
7B Pick 254- Avery Williams CB

Trade in the second round up.

QB,P,K, and G won't be drafted.

That would be a very nice draft.
 

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Ike Kelly

P-38L Fan
I am ineligible to play but will give my picks for shits and giggles.

1 Pick 24 - Najee Harris-RB
2 Pick 55- Creed Humphrey C
3 Pick 87- Walker Little T
4A Pick 128- Anthony Schwartz WR
4B Pick 140- Keith Taylor CB
6 Pick 216- Jonathon Cooper edge
7A Pick 245- Kenny Yeboah TE
7B Pick 254- Avery Williams CB

Trade in the second round up.

QB,P,K, and G won't be drafted.

Nice draft slash, but I really think they go double dipping with CB this year, after Layne’s situation.

1. Najee Harris - RB
2. Quinn Meneirz - C
3. Stone Forsythe - LT
4a. Derrick Barnes - LB
4b. Israel Mukuamu - CB
6. Charles Snowden - OLB
7a. Patrick Johnson - OLB
7b. Richad Wildgoose - CB

no trades.

UDFA inc. Tarron Jackson OLB, Tevon Grimes WR, Paul Menet C, Luke Farrell TE.
 

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Steeltime

Man of letters - F.U.
24. Landon Dickerson C Alabama
55. Javonte Williams RB North Carolina
87. Walker Little OT Stanford
128. Nico Collins WR Michigan
140. Adetokunbo Ogundeji EDGE Notre Dame
163. [Trade with the not-Redskins, giving up 2022 4th and pick 245] Jacoby Stevens S LSU
216. Shemar Jean-Charles CB Appalachian State
254. Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri
 

Badcat

Well-known member
1 Pick 24 - Creed Humphrey, C
2 Pick 55- Jaylen Mayfield, OT
**Trade 3 (3rd and 6th) Pick 74- Trey Sermon, RB
4A Pick 128- Robert Rochel, CB
4B Pick 140- Cameron Sample, OLB
7A Pick 245- Matt Forniok, OG
7B Pick 254- Art Lynn, TE

Not Drafted, QB, S, ILB, Punter
 

steelerscotty

Well-known member
1 Pick 24 -Landon Dickerson, C
2 Pick 55-Walker Little, OT
3 Pick 87-Trey Sermon, RB
4A Pick 128-Talanoa Hufanga, S
4B Pick 140-Ambry Thomas, CB
6 Pick 216-Janarius Robinson, Edge
7A Pick 245-John Ross, ILB
7B Pick 254-Jack Stoll, TE

QB, G, WR, DL, K/P not drafted
 

Steeltime

Man of letters - F.U.
1. Alijah Vera-Tucker, OT
2. Landon Dickerson, C
3. Kenneth Gainwell, RB
4A. Robert Rochell, CB
4B. Kyle Trask, QB
6. Cameron McGrone, LB
7A. Payton Turner, Edge
7B. Rashad Weaver, Edge

Interesting draft. However, Zona, no way Turner lasts to the 7th. I think he is gone by the 4th, 5th at the latest. Weaver, maaaaaybe, but I have him going in the 5th or 6th.
 

Steeltime

Man of letters - F.U.
Revised. Taking a mulligan.

24. Samuel Cosmi OT Texas
55. Quinton Meinerz OG/OC Wisconsin-Whitewater [wasn't that a Clinton thing?]
87. Benjamin St. Juste CB Minnesota
128. Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
140. Payton Turner EDGE Houston
158. [Trade with the not-Whiteskin Vikings, giving up 2022 4th] Jacoby Stevens S LSU
216. Shemar Jean-Charles CB Appalachian State
245. Marquez Stevenson WR Houston
254. Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri

I call this my "Coolie" draft. Mainly because it sucks.
 

slashsteel

Well-known member
Revised. Taking a mulligan.

24. Samuel Cosmi OT Texas
55. Quinton Meinerz OG/OC Wisconsin-Whitewater [wasn't that a Clinton thing?]
87. Benjamin St. Juste CB Minnesota
128. Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
140. Payton Turner EDGE Houston
158. [Trade with the not-Whiteskin Vikings, giving up 2022 4th] Jacoby Stevens S LSU
216. Shemar Jean-Charles CB Appalachian State
245. Marquez Stevenson WR Houston
254. Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri

I call this my "Coolie" draft. Mainly because it sucks.
You at least have the Oline and RB addressed. Plus some of the other picks can pan out. That is a wait and see draft. So in the end it may not suck.😁
 

steel dino

Eastbound and down....
1 Pick 24 - Vera-Tucker OT USC
2 Pick 55- Williams RB NC
3 Pick 87- Radunz - OT NDS
4A Pick 128- Long TE - BC
4B Pick 140- Wade CB - OSU
6 Pick 216- Hayes OLB ND
7A Pick 245- Morrissey C Pitt
7B Pick 254- Anderson S Houston (just for Coolie)

BTW--I would not be angry if they selected Zalen Collins in the first.
 

SteelerFan448

Well-known member
1.24-Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
I have a feeling the RBs will be gone and while I like Dickerson, his injury history is concerning. Humphrey was an excellent lineman for his team, a three-year starter, two-time captain, and is just 21 years old right now. Checks about every box the Steelers like in the first round and they probably value center more than any other team in the NFL. Just another quality player in a long line of talented centers. Zaven Collins is a darkhorse as he has the inside/outside versatility that would benefit this defense and he would add size and athleticism next to the undersized Bush.

2.55-Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
Football bloodlines and has a productive career making plays on the ball. Also an excellent special teams player, which we know the Steelers like. Great fit to replace Mike Hilton's role in the defense.

3.87-Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
I'm not enamored with Sermon, but I do think he's a Steelers type back and is one of the day 2 guys who could carry the load as a three-down back. He was unbelievable in the Big 10 title game and CFP semifinal game against Clemson.

4.128-Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
Lacks ideal size, but has solid athleticism as well as NFL bloodlines. Was not productive as a receiver at Notre Dame, but that was a knock on Chase Claypool as well. Said to be a good blocker.

4.140-Robert Hainsey, OL, Notre Dame
Much later than I hoped to grab another offensive lineman, but it was too hard to pass on Molden in the second and I think if the team drafts Sermon, it'll be no later than the third.

6.216-Patrick Jones, EDGE, Pitt
I actually like Jones' teammate Rashad Weaver a little better, but I think the Steelers will like Jones better in their defense. He's a terrific pass rusher who is strong against the run. He racks up sacks in bunches, but is limited athletically.

7.245-Jacob Harris, WR, UCF
Not much experience, just banking on his size and speed.

7.254-Paris Ford, S, Pitt
Undraftable testing numbers, but he plays faster and hits hard. Worth a look this late in the draft.
 

slashsteel

Well-known member
1.24-Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
I have a feeling the RBs will be gone and while I like Dickerson, his injury history is concerning. Humphrey was an excellent lineman for his team, a three-year starter, two-time captain, and is just 21 years old right now. Checks about every box the Steelers like in the first round and they probably value center more than any other team in the NFL. Just another quality player in a long line of talented centers. Zaven Collins is a darkhorse as he has the inside/outside versatility that would benefit this defense and he would add size and athleticism next to the undersized Bush.

2.55-Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
Football bloodlines and has a productive career making plays on the ball. Also an excellent special teams player, which we know the Steelers like. Great fit to replace Mike Hilton's role in the defense.

3.87-Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
I'm not enamored with Sermon, but I do think he's a Steelers type back and is one of the day 2 guys who could carry the load as a three-down back. He was unbelievable in the Big 10 title game and CFP semifinal game against Clemson.

4.128-Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
Lacks ideal size, but has solid athleticism as well as NFL bloodlines. Was not productive as a receiver at Notre Dame, but that was a knock on Chase Claypool as well. Said to be a good blocker.

4.140-Robert Hainsey, OL, Notre Dame
Much later than I hoped to grab another offensive lineman, but it was too hard to pass on Molden in the second and I think if the team drafts Sermon, it'll be no later than the third.

6.216-Patrick Jones, EDGE, Pitt
I actually like Jones' teammate Rashad Weaver a little better, but I think the Steelers will like Jones better in their defense. He's a terrific pass rusher who is strong against the run. He racks up sacks in bunches, but is limited athletically.

7.245-Jacob Harris, WR, UCF
Not much experience, just banking on his size and speed.

7.254-Paris Ford, S, Pitt
Undraftable testing numbers, but he plays faster and hits hard. Worth a look this late in the draft.
I feel strongly that Molden would be an upgrade. One of my favorite players in the draft. High on him and Williams.
 

Drink IRON City

Contributor whining about a tag
So the draft approaches this week and as always a lot of fun for many.

Adding to it, shall we play a game?

So this contest is simple. Predict round 1 -7 of who the Steelers will select. The winner will be the contestant with the most accrued points.

The rules are as follows:

Predict the player in the correct round = 5 points.
Predict the correct player but in a different round = 3 points.
Predict the wrong player = 0 points.
Bonus points - predict correctly what round a trade will happen = 4 points, predict a trade but the wrong round = 1 point.

Tiebreaker What position(s) won't be drafted. Each correct answer = 1 point
.

1 Pick 24 -
2 Pick 55-
3 Pick 87-
4A Pick 128-
4B Pick 140-
6 Pick 216-
7A Pick 245-
7B Pick 254-

In the event a contestant declines his/her prize it then goes to the runner up. It will not be donated to a charity of your choosing, it will not go to someone "needy". I am not sending a vacuum cleaner or a box of juicy fruits. So the prize will not fulfill needs outside of your Steelers fandom. These are the rules so they are written. I have spoken my piece and counted to three.

(only Steelers fans / Steelernation members are eligible to play) (Contributor or a non contributor are eligible to play)

Edits can be made up to Wednesday evening.


HOW the FUCK is Coach going to win if you can ONLY edit up until Wednesday evening......................?

I'm needy can I have the prize sooner ?




Salute the nation
 

Drink IRON City

Contributor whining about a tag
1.24-Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
I have a feeling the RBs will be gone and while I like Dickerson, his injury history is concerning. Humphrey was an excellent lineman for his team, a three-year starter, two-time captain, and is just 21 years old right now. Checks about every box the Steelers like in the first round and they probably value center more than any other team in the NFL. Just another quality player in a long line of talented centers. Zaven Collins is a darkhorse as he has the inside/outside versatility that would benefit this defense and he would add size and athleticism next to the undersized Bush.

2.55-Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
Football bloodlines and has a productive career making plays on the ball. Also an excellent special teams player, which we know the Steelers like. Great fit to replace Mike Hilton's role in the defense.

3.87-Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
I'm not enamored with Sermon, but I do think he's a Steelers type back and is one of the day 2 guys who could carry the load as a three-down back. He was unbelievable in the Big 10 title game and CFP semifinal game against Clemson.

4.128-Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
Lacks ideal size, but has solid athleticism as well as NFL bloodlines. Was not productive as a receiver at Notre Dame, but that was a knock on Chase Claypool as well. Said to be a good blocker.

4.140-Robert Hainsey, OL, Notre Dame
Much later than I hoped to grab another offensive lineman, but it was too hard to pass on Molden in the second and I think if the team drafts Sermon, it'll be no later than the third.

6.216-Patrick Jones, EDGE, Pitt
I actually like Jones' teammate Rashad Weaver a little better, but I think the Steelers will like Jones better in their defense. He's a terrific pass rusher who is strong against the run. He racks up sacks in bunches, but is limited athletically.

7.245-Jacob Harris, WR, UCF
Not much experience, just banking on his size and speed.

7.254-Paris Ford, S, Pitt
Undraftable testing numbers, but he plays faster and hits hard. Worth a look this late in the draft.


This would be a good draft in my opinion.



Salute the nation
 

FordFairLane

Well-known member
1 Pick 24- Najee Harris RB Alabama
2 Pick 55- Asante Samuel Jr CB FSU
3 Pick 87- Quinn Meinerz OC UW-Whitewater
4A Pick 128- Tommy Tremble TE ND
4B Pick 140- Dan Moore Jr OT Texas A&M
6 Pick 216- Malcolm Koonce Edge Buffalo
7A Pick 245- Brandin Echols CB UK
7B Pick 254- Pressley Harvin III P GA Tech
 

BLITZ

Well-known member
1 Pick 24- Travis Etienne RB
2 Pick 55- Landon Dickinson C
3 Pick 87- Spencer Brown OT
4A Pick 128- Talanoa Hufauga S
4B Pick 140- Patrick Jones Edge
5? Robert Hainsey OG
6 Pick 216- Marques Stevenson WR
7B Pick 254- Zack Davidson TE

We trade into the 5th rd. give up a 7 this year and 5th next year
 

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