Steelers latest 2023 mock draft after their post-season snub
Third round: Olusegun Oluwatimi, OC, Michigan
Back in the trenches for the Steelers as they take a center out of Michigan. Mason Cole seems like he will be a starter here until his contract expires, but upgrades need to be looked at. Drafting Olusegun Oluwatimi not only provides competition for Cole but the entire interior of the offensive line.
There are differing opinions on Oluwatimi as some believe he can go anywhere between day two and day three of the draft. He has a ton of experience at center over the last four years and he has become a reliable blocker because of it. Bringing in competition for both center and guard positions will only improve the trenches more for Pittsburgh.
Fourth round: Zach Harrison, EDGE, Ohio State
Zach Harrison does not turn 22 years old until August, and that should interest the Steelers. This edge player did not have the most productive college career, but he has some interesting tools that could make him a better player at the next level. His size and speed are things that should give him a good chance to develop into a solid contributor to this defense.
The Steelers love Ohio State players, and this outside linebacker could be the third option that Pittsburgh has been desperate to find. Harrison is not a finished product, but that is ok for the time being. He will have time to sit behind and develop with T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith in front of him as the top dogs.