4 remaining holes Steelers must fill on day 3 of the NFL draft
The Pittsburgh Steelers seem to have been playing the draft game well so far, but there is still work to do.
I’d like to start this off by saying that the Steelers, at least in my opinion, have been knocking the draft out of the park so far. Pittsburgh has put themselves in a decent position at their top need which was quarterback.
Many will say Malik Willis should have been the pick. However, the consensus thought was that Kenny Pickett is the best quarterback in the group. To be able to get the top quarterback of a class at the 20th pick is a win.
They followed that by adding a wide receiver that probably would have been top-5 in the group had he not suffered an ACL tear and missed almost all of his junior season. George Pickens has the potential to be the best wide receiver in this class if he stays healthy.
They were then able to shore up their defensive front with the selection of DeMarvin Neal in the 3rd. With the lack of information on Tuitt and the aging of Cam Heyward and Tyson Alualu, youth and talent were needed upfront and Pittsburgh didn’t need to reach for it.
With all of this being said, Pittsburgh still has work to do on day three. Here are four holes they must fill before the end of the 2022 NFL Draft.