Found April 06, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
By Christopher DiMarino There has been a lot of back and forth debate about Coby Fleener. There are people who agree that he could go in the first round. Some are skeptical that the Pittsburgh Steelers would draft a position of lesser need. Finally, there are those who don’t think he’s a possibility going at 24, because he’s a second round talent. I want to quickly address all of these concerns and do my best to be impartial considering I am in favor of him at 1.24. The main fuel behind writing this article is to explain the mock draft and player analysis system, and how it has built Read more [...]
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