Found April 28, 2012 on Bleed Black & Gold:
The Steelers stuck with a visitor with their second pick of the 7th round.  With the 240th pick of the NFL Draft the Steelers selected David Paulson TE from Oregon.  Paulson visited the team in the pre draft process. Paulson is an underrated player who got pushed back by a lack of use in Oregon.  As a junior Paulson had a break out season.  He was expected to have a bigger year as a senior but Oregon’s offense went in a different direction. Paulson had about the same stats but with a lack of improvement he was overlooked by many. Paulson is more of a pass catcher.  He is quick off the ball but may have trouble getting open versus safeties.  He is an average blocker but can do what he needs to do in the run game.
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