2023 NFL draft: 7 mid-round prospects for the Steelers to consider

Most fans believe the NFL draft is won in the first round but in a deep draft class like this one, the mid-round picks will be just as important for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they continue to rebuild. Here are seven guys the Steelers could target in the third or fourth-round range for Pittsburgh to keep an eye on.

OT Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse

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Powerful run blocker who finishes players with intensity.

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OT Carter Warren, Pitt

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Technician with great feet and a solid punch.

DT Mazi Smith, Michigan

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Huge interior defensive lineman with a quick first step and tremendous power.

EDGE Zach Harrison, Ohio State

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Freakish athlete and tweener who can rush the passer.

CB Deonte Banks, Maryland

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Physical, confident man cornerback with lots of experience.

LB Jack Campbell, Iowa

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Smart, natural leader and highly productive as inside linebacker.

CB DJ Turner, Michigan

Long rangy cornerback with elite speed.

DT Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin

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Powerful run stuffer and pure nose tackle.

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