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Steelers 7-round mock draft update – Super Bowl edition

It’s Super Bowl week and unfortunately, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be sitting and watching it just like all of us. But with the Senior Bowl done we decided it was time to update our full seven-round 2024 mock draft accounting for the big performances by some of the Steelers top prospects.

First round - C Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon

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Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Upgrading center has to be a top priority for the Steelers and there isn’t a better center in this draft than Jackson Powers-Johnson.

Second round - DT T'Vondre Sweat, Texas

Third round - CB Renardo Green, Florida State

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Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Green is a physical man corner prospect who thrives off of competition and shows great footwork and hips.

Fourth round - WR Malik Washington, Virginia

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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Malik Washington had a huge Senior Bowl week and might not last until the fourth round but if he does, he’s a perfect slot receiver option for Pittsburgh.

Fourth round - LB JD Bertrand, Notre Dame

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Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Smart, high-motor linebacker who plays every play at full speed. He does his best work from tackle to tackle, chasing and pursuing run support but is also a great interior pass rusher and blitzer.

Sixth round - QB Sam Hartman, Notre Dame

Seventh round - S Josh Proctor, Ohio State

Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire