Final Pre-Draft Weekend 2016: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Steelers Depot Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and I hope this day has gone better for you than it has for me. I’m still sick to my stomach about not being able to share our morning interview with Dave-Te Thomas with you as it certainly was a good one that I know most of you were looking forward to.

While it’s impossible to correctly summarize any interview with Dave-Te, I will tell you that he thinks the Pittsburgh Steelers will ultimately wind up drafting Baylor defensive tackle Andrew Billings in the first round. Additionally, he thinks the Steelers really like North Carolina Central cornerback Ryan Smith as well. As far as Houston cornerback William Jackson III goes, Dave-Te views him more as a second-round player for whatever that’s worth.

One week from today we will be discussing a frew new Steelers players so ahead of the 2016 NFL Draft I have five final questions related to the league’s annual selection event on this Friday evening. Please do me a favor and add your answers to these questions in the comments below.

One other note: I plan on having another draft contest this year and I am open to hearing suggestions as to how I can make it a little better. I think last year’s winner may have had a great suggestion but I can’t seem to remember what exactly it was. Please add any thoughts on that in the comments as well.

Have a great weekend and peace and love to all of you.

1 – Now that we are nearing the end of the pre-draft process and knowing that that Steelers are likely to draft at least two players who competed in this year’s Senior Bowl, name me two likely picks from these rosters.

2 – Should the Steelers make a trade during this year’s draft, what round can you see that happening in and will it be a move up or move down?

3 – True or false: This Steelers first round selection this year will have made a pre-draft visit to Pittsburgh.

4 – What percent chance would you put on the possibility of the Steelers not selecting a cornerback in the first three rounds?

5 – Even though the Cleveland Browns have traded out of the No. 2 spot in this year’s draft, should they still select at least one quarterback at some point in the first four rounds?

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