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    Ovi's Sunshine Final

    Early but I'm tired of looking at these guys this year.

    1.24 Kevin Zeitler, OG Wisconsin- Ten year starter. Probably the closest thing to a sure thing we can get at #24. Puts either Legursky or Foster into the back up role where they belong.

    2.56 Josh Chapman, NT Alabama- NT for the next decade. Coming off injury but can be special player

    3.86 Brian Quick, WR, App State- Tall WR we have been looking for and insurance if things go bad with Wallace.

    4.119 Audie Cole, LB, NC State-Tall and rangy ILB.

    5.159 Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU- Probably needs some time but Kugler can make him good.

    6.193 Keith Tandy, DB WVU- Can maybe replace Ryan Clark in the future.

    7.231 Marcus Kuhn, DL NC State- Kiesel/Smith clone who fits physical profile Lebeau like for our DEs

    7.240 Phillip Welch, K Wisconsin- Does anyone really believe we donít need a Kicker? Experience in weather like what we have in Pittsburgh.

    7.246 Patrick Witt, QB, Yale- Someone needs to holds the clipboards. Development project.

    7.248 Toney Clemons, WR Colorado- Project at WR given that Sanders, Brown and Wallace are either RFA or FA after 2012 season he gets a year to learn.

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    Dude. Epic mock draft! That is BEAST!!!
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    I like the mock. It hits the spots we need and it also includes a WVU player.
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    1 TJ Watt, LB, Wisconsin
    2 Budda Baker, S, Washington
    3 Rasul Douglas, CB, WVU
    3 Samaje Perine, RB, OU
    4 Shelton Gibson, WR, WVU
    5 Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE, Villinova
    6 Josh Dobbs, QB, Tenn
    7 Isaac Rochell, DE, Notre Dame

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    I like any mock draft that addresses the trenches, and I'm coming around more on Zeitler as a potential first round pick (though I would prefer to trade back for him or move up aggressively in the second). I would probably substitute a RB in the third, but otherwise, I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    Early but I'm tired of looking at these guys this year.

    1.24 Kevin Zeitler, OG Wisconsin- Ten year starter. Probably the closest thing to a sure thing we can get at #24. Puts either Legursky or Foster into the back up role where they belong.

    2.56 Josh Chapman, NT Alabama- NT for the next decade. Coming off injury but can be special player

    3.86 Brian Quick, WR, App State- Tall WR we have been looking for and insurance if things go bad with Wallace.

    4.119 Audie Cole, LB, NC State-Tall and rangy ILB.

    5.159 Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU- Probably needs some time but Kugler can make him good.

    6.193 Keith Tandy, DB WVU- Can maybe replace Ryan Clark in the future.

    7.231 Marcus Kuhn, DL NC State- Kiesel/Smith clone who fits physical profile Lebeau like for our DEs

    7.240 Phillip Welch, K Wisconsin- Does anyone really believe we don’t need a Kicker? Experience in weather like what we have in Pittsburgh.

    7.246 Patrick Witt, QB, Yale- Someone needs to holds the clipboards. Development project.

    7.248 Toney Clemons, WR Colorado- Project at WR given that Sanders, Brown and Wallace are either RFA or FA after 2012 season he gets a year to learn.
    Sorry Ovi, I do not like this draft. You a reaching for Zeitler. Picking him at 24 when he should go 35-45 is a major reach and results in very little value for the Steelers. You get an F automatically from me for your draft on that alone. Then you gamble that Josh Chapman will ever come back from knee surgery (ACL, meniscus). I wouldnt mind that as long as you hit a home run with pick 1, but you clearly struck out on that one. Then you use a pick on a kicker? Yeah I know it is a 7th rounder but any pick on a kicker unless he is all-world (Sebastian Janikowski), is a waste of a pick. Give me a special teams contributor with that pick instead.

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    Special teams are a major part of the game. Wins and losses come on the foot of a kicker. How is it not better to spend a later round draft choice on a guy who might win a game fro the Steelers than some practice squad fodder or dude that gets cut? Suisham was on the street for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    Special teams are a major part of the game. Wins and losses come on the foot of a kicker. How is it not better to spend a later round draft choice on a guy who might win a game fro the Steelers than some practice squad fodder or dude that gets cut? Suisham was on the street for a reason.
    Agreed, but name me the last time a Steeler drafted kicker was on the roster?Or how often that happens in their history?

    Plenty of kickers to be signed as free agents or un-drafted free agents. I would rather use that pick on a guy who can tackle on special teams and possibly be groomed at another position (corner back, LB, etc.).
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    Twice the Steelers selected a K in the draft over the past 30 years. And not once in the past 12 drafts. Kris Brown and Cole Ford. Both 7th rounders. And again I would prefer to use that pick on someone else.
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    I like this, addresses needs and could very well be "BPA for US" when our time comes along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramblinjim View Post
    I like this, addresses needs and could very well be "BPA for US" when our time comes along.
    Not even close. I love Zeitler and have him going to the Steelers in round two (Slight trade up), but he is probably the 40-45th BPA on the board. Picking him at 24 is wrong.
    Steelers 2015 Draft???....Go Freak! As in....

    1-Bernardrick McKinney MLB Mississippi State 6 ft 5 250 4.5 40 yard dash

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