The Pittsburgh Steelers land a new wide receiver in the latest mock draft.


Steelers are despite the fact that searching for a alternative for Diontae Johnson, and no count a sequence of additions at the position, they despite the fact that don’t have a proper No. two in the again of George Pickens.

At this point, the alternate talk has diminished and it looks the NFL Draft is the fantastic shot for them to add to the room. In former common supervisor Mike Tannenbaum’s present day ESPN mock draft, he sees that addition coming with the twentieth pick, including Texas star Adonai Mitchell

“The Steelers have dramatically overhauled their QB position with Russell Wilson and Justin Fields, then again they moreover these days traded Diontae Johnson

and may also choose to use a standout receiver opposite George Pickens.

Mitchell had a standout season at Texas after transferring from Georgia, averaging 15.4 yards per seize and scoring eleven TDs. 

He can fly at 6-2, going for walks a 4.34 at the combine, and I virtually like this fit,” Tannenbaum writes.

This is the first time Mitchell has been named a select by the Steelers. 

Mitchell would come to Pittsburgh with expectations of being a starter right away. Head educate Mike Tomlin stated at the NFL

Meetings that wideouts coming into the draft are extra prepared than most positions, making that transition easier, which need to enable Mitchell to step into a especially big position within the offense.

The addition of Mitchell would fill the hole, and heading into coaching camp, the team’s receiving core would encompass Pickens, Mitchell, Calvin Austin, Cordarrelle Patterson, Quez Watkins and Van Jefferson.


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