Found April 21, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
By Cian Fahey While it may have absolutely no bearing on this year's draft class, or reflect the Steelers' ability to evaluate and draft talent, it is always interesting to try to gauge the quality of this year's draft by comparing it to previous ones. The Pittsburgh Steelers are picking 24th in this year's draft, which can be considered unusually high compared to recent years, as such I will now look through the past 10 players to go 24th overall in the draft and how they fared in the NFL. 2011—The New Orleans Saints select Cameron Jordan 24th overall. Jordan didn't have a very good Read more [...]
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