Good to be back. Let's take a look at the Wide Outs for 2023. Here is my preferences on a legit WR prospect at each pick the Steelers currently own for the 2023 draft. And a couple of extras for picks we don't have.

1/17- Jaxon Smith Njigba-OSU- while it is unlikely he slips to 17 JSN is simply the best WR prospect in the draft and an ideal fit at slot.

2/32-Zay Flowers-BC-absolutely electric in the open field, a true matchup nightmare who has ankle breaking moves (drops are a concern)

2/49- Jordan Addison-USC- I know, I know Addison will be a first round player. I would not take him there. He will struggle to shed physical NFL corners and lacks elite athleticism. He also is an outside WR. Not a role we need in round 1. If he were to slip to this spot though. I think you'd have to take him for KP8

3/80- Marvin Mims-OU- Mims profiles very similar to Addison. However Mims is a better athlete and is a little more position versatile. He simply knows how to find open grass and is a phenomenal contested catch receiver. Tested really well at combine.

4/120-Jayden Reed-MSU- kid is a FOOTBALL player. Contested catches, blocks, return ability, gets open. Dude reminds me of Hines Ward

5th-no pick- Charlie Jones-Purdue- Jones is another FOOTBALL player, tons of experience, consistently finds open grass, productive and physical (despite small size) WR with special teams experience

6th-no pick- Xavier Hutchinson-Iowa St.- solid position versatile player, NFL size. Not a wow athlete but could offer special teams and push for final WR spot

7/234-Ronnie Bell-Michigan-jack of all trades master of none, positional versatility and special teams will be his attractiveness.

7/241-Jadon Haselwood-Arkansas-former 5 star recruit who never really put it all together, Big Slot type player. Similar skill set to a Chase Claypool. Could be a lottery ticket in the 7th round if coaching can unlock his talent.