Pittsburgh Steelers 7-round Mock Draft: Mike Tomlin gets another gem at cornerback

Pittsburgh Steelers address their secondary and passing game in 7-round mock draft

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Three undrafted free agents who could make sense for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Drake Stoops, WR, Oklahoma

Oklahoma wide receiver Drake Stoops is one of the most underrated players in the 2024 NFL Draft. He is a highly productive slot wide receiver who hauled in 84 passes this season and led the Big 12 with ten touchdown passes. Despite this production and being named first team All-Big 12 he didn’t receive an NFL Combine invite and will likely go undrafted.

Garret Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State

One of my favorite small school players in the 2024 NFL Draft is South Dakota State offensive tackle Garret Greenfield. Greenfield has been named an FCS All-American each of the past two seasons and is one of the major reasons why the Jackrabbits have won back-to-back national championships. If that were not enough he also set the NFL Combine offensive lineman record with a 38.5-inch vertical jump.

Dwight McGlothern, CB, Arkansas

Dwight McGlothern is a big athletic corner who had an up-and-down college career. This season he lost his starting job for a short time, but despite this is someone who will be either drafted late or signed as an undrafted free agent. The main reason for this is his 6-foot-2 size and 4.47 40-yard dash speed.

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