I'm not saying Mack isn't a prospect; I am saying that this statement means almost nothing, unless you tell me you seen extensive tape of him besides last weekend's game (and one or two others).
I don't have a problem with the small school LBers. see London Fletcher for one. Maybe he'll be a target in rounds two - three (compensatory). I just don't see the Steelers risking a first on a small school guy. You know how tomlin likes his "level of competition" criteria for a draft pick.
Seem to recall the Steelers drafting one of the greatest LBs to ever play the game from a small school way back when in the 2nd round. The professionals had this to say about him: "too small to be a pro football linebacker". The guy went on to 9 straight Pro Bowls and the Hall of Fame.
1.30) TJ Watt, OLB, Wis
2.62) JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
3.94) Cameron Sutton, CB, Tenn
3.105) James Connor, RB, Pitt
4.135) James Connor, RB, Pitt - Joshua Dobbs, QB, Tenn
5.156) Brian Allen, CB, Utah
6.213) Colin Holba, LS, Louiseville
7.24 Keion Adams, LB, W. Michigan
The referee said that you hit Brian Sipe too hard. Did you hit him too hard?
I hit him as hard as I could - Jack Lambert
Mack would not grade out higher than JJ
2 scenarios. One in which Mahommes is available to us at 1/30 (hoping but not likely) and the second in which he is not.
1) Pat Mahommes-QB-TT 1) Tak McKinley-OLB-UCLA
2) Jordan Willis-OLB-K.St. 2) Fabian Moreau-DB-UCLA
3) Jalen Myrick-CB-Minn 3) Nate Peterman-QB-Pitt
3) Samaje Perine-RB-OU
4) George Kittle-TE-Iowa
5) Rayshawn Jenkins-S-Miami
6) Ejuan Price-OLB-Pitt
7) Glen Antoine-DT-Idaho