Found May 03, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
By Jeremy Hritz It has been one week since the first day of the 2012 NFL Draft, and there is one player that has intrigued me to the point of distraction. There are no doubts surrounding the impact that David DeCastro will make in his rookie year. Players selected rounds three through seven will not be expected to start right away; they will only be expected to compete for a roster spot and contribute on special teams. However, the Steelers second round selection in Mike Adams represents a gray area, and there are two camps: one that believes he will bust and one that believes he will boom. If Read more [...]
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