|Round 1 17 (17)||Jarvis Jones(video)||OLB||6'3||241||Georgia|
National Football Post: After struggling to pressure the quarterback in 2012 and getting rid of outside linebacker James Harrison, the Steelers grab Jones to fill the void. A strong and powerful pass rusher with the burst to beat offensive tackles around the corner and the speed to close on quarterbacks, Jones has the talent to be an impact edge rusher. Playing opposite of LaMarr Woodley will improve the Steelers' pass rush and likely help Woodley get back to his previous high level of production.
|Round 2 16 (48)||LeVeon Bell(video)||RB||6'2||244||Michigan State|
National Football Post: With Rashard Mendenhall a thing of the past in Pittsburgh, the Steelers grab a big, powerful running back in Bell. While he lacks the explosive burst that most teams want, Bell has the size, strength and balance to consistently run through hits and tackles to gain yards after contact.
|Round 3 17 (79)||Markus Wheaton(video)||WR||6'1||182||Oregon State|
National Football Post: Wheaton should come in and contribute as a rookie. A smart receiver who runs excellent routes, Wheaton hides his routes until the break, which allows him to consistently get separation. Combined with great hands, Wheaton should immediately earn playing time with the Steelers and could be the long-term replacement for Emmanuel Sanders, who is playing on a one-year contract.
|Round 4 14 (111)||Shamarko Thomas(video)||FS||5'10||210||Syracuse|
|Note: from Dolphins through Browns|
|Round 4 18 (115)||Landry Jones(video)||QB||6'4||218||Oklahoma|
|Round 5 17 (150)||Terry Hawthorne||CB||6'0||190||Illinois|
|Round 6 18 (186)||Justin Brown||WR||6'3||213||Oklahoma|
|Round 6 38 (206)||Vince Williams||LB||6'0||247||Florida St.|
|Note: compensatory selection|
|Round 7 17 (223)||Nicholas Williams||DT||6'4||310||Samford|