6 players the Steelers must target on day two after taking Kenny Pickett

George Pickens #1 of the Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
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Western Michigan wide receiver Skyy Moore (WO19). Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

Skyy Moore is someone that would be another local addition to the Steelers in this draft. They got Kenny Pickett from the University of Pittsburgh last night and Moore could be another option in round two. He is a slot receiver from a MAC school, and the team has a ton of history with drafting in round two.

He went to college at Western Michigan after playing for Shadyside Academy. He is originally from New Kensington, PA., which is just about 30 minutes away from the Steel City. This would be another cool story of another local product playing for the hometown team.

He is a shifty receiver that has been productive after transitioning to the position. He was the best player at Western Michigan over the last couple of years and still has growth in his game. He could be an impact starter on day one and bring some unique skillsets to this offense.

The biggest issue will be if Moore is still available at pick 52 when Pittsburgh selects. With the way his position is being taken right now, he might be long gone. This would be another welcomed addition on day two, despite the team not showing too much interest in the pre-draft process.