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    I'm not sure Chuks can play left T. If he could I would have thought they would have tried him there already with Moore's early struggles.

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    USAToday Steelers Mock for Jan 25, 2023

    First round-DT Bryan Bresee, Clemson

    Second round-OT Anton Harrison, Oklahoma

    Second round-WR Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee

    Third round-CB Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford

    Fourth round-LB DeMarvion Overshown

    Seventh round-EDGE Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan

    Seventh round-QB Max Duggan, TCU

    https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/li...23-mock-draft/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    USAToday Steelers Mock for Jan 25, 2023

    First round-DT Bryan Bresee, Clemson

    Second round-OT Anton Harrison, Oklahoma

    Second round-WR Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee

    Third round-CB Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford

    Fourth round-LB DeMarvion Overshown

    Seventh round-EDGE Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan

    Seventh round-QB Max Duggan, TCU

    https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/li...23-mock-draft/
    not a bad early mock

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    Steelers first round OG's have been good to great;

    1986 - J Rienstra - 9th
    1998 - A Faneca - 26th
    2002 - K Simmons - 30th
    2012 - D DeCastro - 24th

    Meanwhile, their 1st round Tackles have been, well, spotty:

    1989 - T. Ricketts - 24th
    1992 - L. Searcy - 11th
    1996 - J. Stephens - 29th

    And honestly, even their 2nd round tackles have been underwhelming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    Steelers first round OG's have been good to great;

    1986 - J Rienstra - 9th
    1998 - A Faneca - 26th
    2002 - K Simmons - 30th
    2012 - D DeCastro - 24th

    Meanwhile, their 1st round Tackles have been, well, spotty:

    1989 - T. Ricketts - 24th
    1992 - L. Searcy - 11th
    1996 - J. Stephens - 29th

    And honestly, even their 2nd round tackles have been underwhelming.

    Searcy wasn’t spotty.


    notice where they took these OTs. Mid to late 20s.
    great LTs come off the board early.
    At #17, we have a much better shot at landing a franchise LT

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    Searcy wasn’t spotty.


    notice where they took these OTs. Mid to late 20s.
    great LTs come off the board early.
    At #17, we have a much better shot at landing a franchise LT
    Marvel Smith was no one to pooh pooh, either. Max Starks was solid for a 3rd.

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    PFF 2023 Mock Draft

    17. PITTSBURGH STEELERS: OT DARNELL WRIGHT, TENNESSEE

    The Steelers do have their current offensive tackles, Dan Moore Jr. and Chukwuma Okorafor, under contract for 2023, but that’s not to say they shouldn’t look for a potential upgrade. Though Wright played right tackle for the Vols — the bigger need for the Steelers is left tackle — he is talented enough to where I’d take a chance on him and feel comfortable with the growing pains of Wright or Moore on the left side. On 507 pass-blocking snaps in 2022, he allowed no sacks and just eight pressures with an 80.2 pass-blocking grade.

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2023-...erbacks-top-10
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    Steelers first round OG's have been good to great;

    1986 - J Rienstra - 9th
    1998 - A Faneca - 26th
    2002 - K Simmons - 30th
    2012 - D DeCastro - 24th

    Meanwhile, their 1st round Tackles have been, well, spotty:

    1989 - T. Ricketts - 24th
    1992 - L. Searcy - 11th
    1996 - J. Stephens - 29th

    And honestly, even their 2nd round tackles have been underwhelming.
    Marvel Smith was an outstanding LT taken in the 2nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    PFF 2023 Mock Draft

    17. PITTSBURGH STEELERS: OT DARNELL WRIGHT, TENNESSEE

    The Steelers do have their current offensive tackles, Dan Moore Jr. and Chukwuma Okorafor, under contract for 2023, but that’s not to say they shouldn’t look for a potential upgrade. Though Wright played right tackle for the Vols — the bigger need for the Steelers is left tackle — he is talented enough to where I’d take a chance on him and feel comfortable with the growing pains of Wright or Moore on the left side. On 507 pass-blocking snaps in 2022, he allowed no sacks and just eight pressures with an 80.2 pass-blocking grade.

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2023-...erbacks-top-10
    They must be reading my signature mock draft. I've been watching this pick, we can get him in the 2nd.

    He'd be a little over drafted in the 1st.
    Last edited by Chucktownsteeler; 02-01-2023 at 10:29 AM.
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    1.) OC - Jackson Powers-Johnson, C - Oregon
    2.) DL - D'Vondre Sweat, NT, Texas
    3.) ILB - Payton Wilson, ILB - NC State
    4a.) OT - Matt Goncalves, ROT - Pitt
    4b.) S -Tykee Smith - S - Georgia
    6.) CB - Marcellus Dial - CB - South Carolina
    7.) DT - Jamree Kromah DT James Madison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucktownsteeler View Post
    They must be reading my signature mock draft. I've been watching this pick, we can get him in the 2nd.

    He'd be a little over drafted in the 1st.
    I think he and Jones ( ohio state) are gaining hype, all said and done, by draft day they could have late 1st round grades.
    ( History shows that at 20 till early 2nd is a sweet spot to take OT, who have potential to be good above average)

    This draft might not have the big names at OL, but I think at 32 and 49 some OL players ( regardless of position) are going to look in black and gold, and can help improve the OL now and in the future.


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