Steelers 2022 NFL 7-round mock drafts decided by a computer simulation
Round 4 picks
Simulation 1: 4.138, Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State
The Steelers decide to go with the cornerback position here in this simulation. They reach here by selecting Castro-Fields as many have him going late on day three of the draft. He hasn’t done anything spectacular at Penn State despite starting most of his tenure there.
Simulation 2: TRADE, Steelers receive pick 135, Chiefs receive picks 138 & 241.
4.135, Zach Tom, OT, Wake Forest
The black and gold trade up and get another project at tackle but this time in another simulation. There hasn’t been a lot of interest shown between this team and the prospect in question. He is another project at the position as he needs to work on his strength and weight to transition better to the NFL.
Simulation 3: TRADE, Steelers receive pick 133, Buccaneers receive picks 138 & 208.
4.133, Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky
The Steelers move up in the fourth round again in back-to-back simulations. This time they decide to not sit still and go get a receiver. This is an offensive weapon that played some running back but mostly as a receiver this past season. He was a great weapon for the Kentucky offense, and he would add some great speed.
Simulation 4: 4.138, Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson
This is a project corner that only started his senior season with the Clemson Tigers. He played very well earning First-team All-ACC honors for his play. He needs to prove himself again, proving that last season wasn’t a fluke, and this is a decent gamble for the Steelers.