Round 2 (46) Pittsburgh Steelers: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
The Steelers missed Mike Wallace in 2013 and could use more receiving weapons for Todd Haley's offense, especially when you consider that Emmanuel Sanders and Jerricho Cotchery are entering free agency.
The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Adams has a good combination of size and speed. He was extremely reliable for Derek Carr and gets open via quickness, size and route-running. In 2013, Adams dominated with 131 receptions for 1,718 yards and 24 touchdowns. He was one of the best receivers in college football. Adams has the ability to make receptions over defenders with the skills to get separation. As a freshman in 2012, he had 102 catches for 1,312 yards and 14 scores.
either its a smokescreen or colbert is an idiot
'moral victories' are for losers
the value at WR in the 2nd makes me believe the steelers will go elsewhere in the 1st, but I certainly won't cry if Evans is the pick.
WR times at the combine are going to be inreresting, as always.
Shouts out to Marqise, (Inglewood,...Fight on) but Brown has solidified and earned his position as the smaller, athletically gifted, hardworking and productive lightning bolt playmaker type of WR for this team.
If we go receiver,...take the big, nasty, determined and talented WR with a lb's heart in the 1st,...Mike Evans. If not,...go Defense in the 1st as we should in EVERY other round this year.
It will be WR in the first this year. It is the offense's year for the first round.
LETS GO MOUNTAINEERS!
Here We Go Steelers!
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I LOVE Ebron, I have Amaro 4th after Ebron, ASJ, Niklas
Amaro has Aaron Hernandez or Dallas Clark like potential but he really struggles to make catches in traffic