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    Matt Millers 7 rd mock draft

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...y-rush/page/18

    So what do you guys think?

    1) Jarvis Jones OLB
    2) Kevin Minter ILB
    3) Markus Wheaton WR
    4) Montee Ball RB
    5) Robert Lester SS
    6) Nick Kasa TE
    6) John Boyett FS
    7) Walter Stewart OLB

    Seems to hit all the Steelers needs to well. I am not sold on Jones. Seems Minter fits well. Wheaton is not the big WR but might fit the offense well. I want Bell over Ball at this point. Lester I have no clue but a need. Kasa seems like more of a blocking TE. Boyett sounds like Clark if healthy. Stewart I have no idea, but seems there would be a better option for the Steelers at this point in the draft.

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    eifert and hunter on the board when our 2nd round pick comes around and this guy picks an ILB after taking an OLB in the 1st??

    matt miller = keith butler??

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    Bailey from WVU fits better at WR. He's a possession type WR that we need.

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    If Jones falls to #17 and Minter falls to #48, then our LB corps is complete for the foreseeable future. The 3-4 defense is based on strong LB play, and being able to field Jones-Timmons-Minter-Woodley, with Worilds and Foote as depth players, would make me a happy guy.


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    2.56 TE Clive Walford 6'4" 251 Miami
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    4.121 OT Donovan Smith 6'6" 338 Penn St
    5.160 FS Adrian Amos 6'0" 218 Penn St
    6.199 WR Stefon Diggs 6'0" 195 Maryland
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    I agree...Bailey would be a better fit here in Pittsburgh.
    Team needs: CB, S, OLB

    Rara's 2015 NFL Mock Draft
    Round 1- Marcus Peters, CB; Washington
    Round 2- Clive Walford, TE; Miami (FL)
    Round 3- Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB; Louisville
    Round 4- Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB; Oregon
    Round 5- Sean Hickey, OT; Syracuse
    Round 6a- Anthony Jefferson, SS; UCLA
    Round 6b- Kyle Loomis, P; Portland State
    Round 7- Devante Davis, WR; UNLV

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    I like the first 2 picks, but if the draft falls like this guy has it, you almost have to take John Jenkins or Johnathan Hankins in the third. If WR, I prefer Terrance Williams over Wheaton.

    I know that could end up with a D heavy draft, but it would be tough to pass on those guys in round 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jooser View Post
    Bailey from WVU fits better at WR. He's a possession type WR that we need.
    Plaxico=Posession
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    Brown=Posession
    Sanders=Slot

    Wheaton=Burner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jooser View Post
    Bailey from WVU fits better at WR. He's a possession type WR that we need.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rara View Post
    I agree...Bailey would be a better fit here in Pittsburgh.
    I agree as well other than Stedman being a possession guy. . Stedman was the long ball guy at WVU. If the pass went down the field it was usually Stedman on the other side. Tavon was generally the guy that would be given the ball if we needed a couple yards. Stedman was the long ball guy. If Austin went long it was because he broke one, Not because he beat someone deep.

    The mock hits a lot of need area's but I think we can mix it up more. There is no QB in the draft and I am pretty sure we draft one in the 2-5 range this year, depending on who is on the board. Also we can get a better idea of who we are taking once the visits are complete.
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    56 CB Kevin Johnson Wake
    87 RB TJ Yeldon Bama
    121 TE Jeff Heuerman OSU
    160 CB Nick Marshall Auburn
    199 G Mark Glowinski WVU
    212 OLB Kyle Emanuel NDS
    239 WR Mario Alford WVU

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    That would be a very good draft.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Laser View Post
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...y-rush/page/18

    So what do you guys think?

    1) Jarvis Jones OLB
    2) Kevin Minter ILB
    3) Markus Wheaton WR
    4) Montee Ball RB
    5) Robert Lester SS
    6) Nick Kasa TE
    6) John Boyett FS
    7) Walter Stewart OLB

    Seems to hit all the Steelers needs to well. I am not sold on Jones. Seems Minter fits well. Wheaton is not the big WR but might fit the offense well. I want Bell over Ball at this point. Lester I have no clue but a need. Kasa seems like more of a blocking TE. Boyett sounds like Clark if healthy. Stewart I have no idea, but seems there would be a better option for the Steelers at this point in the draft.
    Gimmie Dobson at WR and i think its a BRILLIANT draft... 3 of the first 4 have been in my mock at times....
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