Brown can be highly productive inside working off the hash. That is where he belongs...Working under the X or opposite. Brown outisde doesn't force a S to the hash...He plays CF.
1st Njoku TE
2nd Willis OLB
3a Maye S
3b Witherspoon or Griffin CB
4th McNichols RB
5th Dobbs QB
6th Evans ILB
7th Jones OLB
I hope that some good times from some of the smaller guys pushes a big guy down to the Steelers, maybe in the second. A tall, fast WR would be great, but I would sacrifice a bit on speed to find a big WR that presents matchup difficulties and that compliments Brown.
Stedman Bailey is IMO the best receiver in the draft if you are looking for an outside receiver. He doesn't have the blazing speed but he has great body control and catches everything thrown at him. He understands how to run routes as well. Tavon Austin is the best play maker in the draft but he is not an outside receiver. Put him in our system in place of Rainey and watch the points go up.
LETS GO MOUNTAINEERS!
Here We Go Steelers!
1 Haason Reddick, LB, Temple
2 Derek Rivers, LB, Youngstown State
3 Rasul Douglas, CB, WVU
3 Patrick Mahones, QB, OK State
4 Jake Butt, TE, Michigan
5 Ryan Switzer, WR, UNC
6 Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU
7 Isaac Rochell, DE, Notre Dame
Still think Hopkins may be the best WR is this draft.
Very productive in college
Good size 6'1+
Great Hands. Mayock said he probably has the best hands in the draft. He made a great catch on a very low pass at the combine.
He FIGHTS for the ball and catches it at it's HIGHEST point with this hands (not his body) <---- Something Mike Wallace could learn from
Decent (not great) speed 4.5 flat.
- Charles Harris-OLB, Missouri
- Rasul Douglas-CB, West Virginia
- Chris Godwin-WR, Penn State
- John Johnson-S, Boston College
- James Conner-RB, Pitt
- Nazair Jones-DT, North Carolina
- Garrett Sickels, DE/OLB, Penn State
2005 Superbowl winning receivers: Hines Ward, Antwan Randle-El, Cedrick Wilson.
Here comes the BOOM!