Happy Friday to all of you once again and I hope you have a great weekend planned. I know I don’t. In fact, I have spent a lot of money today and never left the house as not only was my tax bill ready, I also replaced an air conditioner in one of my rental units. If that’s not enough, the wife secured us a place to live in Las Vegas on Friday. Any of you need some money while we’re righting checks? Get in line if you do.
The start of 2016 NFL Draft is now less than three weeks away and as usual, I have a feeling that these final 20 days will creep by. Sure, we’ll have pre-draft visitors and mock drafts to discuss, but outside of that I doubt that there will be much, if any, news about the Pittsburgh Steelers to discuss. In the coming weeks we hope to continue to add to our player profiles with a lot emphasis being placed on those who have come to Pittsburgh for visits.
As usual on this Friday, I have five questions that I would like you to answer in the comments below and I hope you will oblige that request.
Have a great April weekend and thank you for stopping by the site this past week. Peace and love to all of you.
1 – What the Steelers think about the future of defensive lineman Daniel McCullers could wind up playing a big part in the early rounds of their draft this year. Give me your overall thoughts on McCullers after seeing him play during his first two years in the league.
2 – Outside of West Virginia’s Karl Joseph, are there any other safeties that you would be comfortable with the Steelers drafting 25th overall at this stage of the process?
3 – Please rank these six positions in order of need for the Steelers when it comes to this year’s draft: QB, RB, WR, OL, ILB, OLB.
4 – At what position could a member of the Steelers 2016 draft class potentially see the most playing time in 2016 barring injuries?
5 – Assuming no trades will be made, predict all seven of the Steelers draft picks “by position” in order. This will be fun to look back at after all of the selections have been made. No names, just positions.
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