Some depth pieces secure some spots on the roster for the Steelers
Right after the Steelers trade for Fields, they kick off their final day of the draft by taking Michael Pratt out of Tulane. It's a small school and Pratt is coming out as a Junior, but he has put up solid numbers in college. He will probably end up being a backup option, but Pittsburgh needs a long-term quarterback in that role.
This means that Pickett and Fields would battle for the starting spot and the loser would hold the backup spot. Pratt will be in the third-string position but could elevate from there with a solid preseason and practices beyond that. This mock draft scenario rebuilt the Steelers entire quarterback situation for this upcoming season.
Building back into the trenches here, but this time on the defensive side of the ball. Tyler Davis is the pick here and someone the Steelers will hopefully be able to mold further. Davis is a solid run defender and has some great raw abilities that could turn into a high upside if he develops.
Davis struggles to rush the passer for the most part and can't really finish in that department. He could remind some of Keeanu Benton in some regards, but Davis is more raw. He would be a nice developmental depth piece to get an expanding role as time tolls on.