Steelers take slightly different approach to their NFL draft board

According to Pittsburgh Steelers beat writer Gerry Dulac, the team will stick to their usual format of how to prepare for the first round of the 2024 NFL draft but it differs some from other front offices.

According to Dulac, rather than run various mock draft scenarios to see which prospects are most likely to be on the board and create a list of that, Pittsburgh will simply rank their 20 best players to ensure they will get one of their top 20 prospects.

The Steelers have several positions they could target and should have their pick of a handful of players when they go on the clock without having to move up. Last year, Pittsburgh targeted former Georgia Offensive tackle Broderick Jones and traded up to get him but we don’t get the impression there are any players they covet enough to do it this time around.

Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire