Full list of Pittsburgh Steelers draft picks from 2024 NFL Draft

Here's a look at all seven selections the Steelers made in the 2024 NFL Draft.
Roman Wilson, Michigan
Roman Wilson, Michigan / Junfu Han / USA TODAY NETWORK

The 2024 NFL Draft is in the books. For front offices, the work isn't finished, and teams will be on the phone with priority free agents. Every franchise will be celebrating its draft haul. The Pittsburgh Steelers have more than enough reasons to get excited about the talent that was just added to their roster.

From their first-round selection until their draft ended in the middle of the sixth round, the Steelers kept us on our toes for one of the most exciting drafts a football fan could ask for.

While most picks didn't come completely out of the blue, there were a few surprises mixed in and some outstanding value picks at every level. Here's a list of all seven picks the Steelers made in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Steelers 2024 NFL Draft picks

  • Round 1, pick 20: Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington
  • Round 2, pick 51: Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia
  • Round 3, pick 84: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan
  • Round 3, pick 98: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State
  • Round 4, pick 119: Mason McCormick, OG, South Dakota State
  • Round 6, pick 178: Logan Lee, DL, Iowa
  • Round 6, pick 195: Ryan Watts, CB, Texas

Pittsburgh's draft kicked off with Troy Fautanu in the first round. The athletic Washington offensive tackle wasn't expected to be on the board. Pittsburgh opted for Fautanu over center Graham Barton and OT Tyler Guyton.

In Round 2, Steelers fans hit the panic button when Jackson Powers-Johnson flew off the shelf and landed with the Raiders. Fortunately, they were able to secure West Virginia center, Zach Frazier. The local prospect was a former high-school wrestling star who routinely used his strong hands to his advantage on the football field.

The third round is when the excitement really kicked into full gear. As opposing teams reached to fill positional needs, the Steelers took some of the highest remaining players on the draft board. At pick 84, they landed Michigan wide receiver, Roman Wilson.

With their compensatory third-rounder (acquired from the Eagles in the Kenny Pickett pick-swap trade), Pittsburgh snatched up one of the most talented players in the draft: Payton Wilson. The impressive NC State linebacker slipped in the NFL Draft due to his extensive injury history and medical concerns.

Day 3 of the draft wasn't quite as exciting for most fans, but the Steelers still found a way to beef up the trenches with OG Mason McCormick and DL Logan Lee before capping off their draft with cornerback Ryan Watts.