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Time for the second running of my Steelers Mock Draft. The Senior Bowl has past and more tape has been watched. Many things have changed and more info is out on all the potential draftees. Guys have made big names for themselves with their play in the Senior Bowl. The board is constantly shifting and some guys have had major jumps and others have fallen off the face of the earth.
A lot has changed in the Steelers world as well since the first mock draft. Chris Hoke has retired. Casey Hampton is having major surgery. We have developed a huge need at the Nose Tackle position. We also have no left tackle. Marcus Gilbert may have to make the switch but it does not sound like the coaches are too excited about it. They like him on the right side. Things have changed as they always do. So it is time to update this draft. Here is the first version to see updates.
2012 Steelers Mock Draft:
Dont’a Hightower- MLB, Alabama- I am still on Hightower. I almost had a change of heart w...
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