Ranking the Steelers immaculate 2023 draft class from worst to best selections

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Pittsburgh has been getting rave reviews based on their draft class that has graded out well on paper. These rookies still have a lot to prove heading into their NFL careers, but things look to be moving in a positive direction with this group. The Steelers are a better team after adding these players through the selection process.

Tons of draft grades are coming out for this class, and most are highly positive for Omar Khan and his group. They were able to take advantage and stay vigilant with their draft board falling in their favor. Putting these choices from worst to best was a tough task to accomplish because most of these players were great value and can help this roster immediately.

. . Pick 251. 55. player. 7th round. Spencer Anderson. 7

We start with the "worst" pick of this draft for Pittsburgh as it ends up being their last choice in the event. This is not a complete knock on Spencer Anderson as he does bring some interesting traits and abilities with him to the league. This spot for him mostly gloats at the fact that so many talented prospects were picked for this group.

You could do a lot worse than Anderson as your worst pick in a draft class. He still has a lot to prove once the pre-season festivities start to kick into high gear. He possesses plenty of athletic ability for a big man and also shows some position flexibility too. He has played in a ton of different spots across the offensive line during his time with Maryland.