There is still a strong possibility that the Steelers may choose a wide receiver in the first round of the draft







Pittsburgh has not chosen a receiver in the first round of the NFL draft since 2006, when they drafted Santonio Holmes.

This is also the last time the Steelers traded up in the draft to select a receiver.

Despite Holmes only playing for four years in Pittsburgh, his unforgettable catch in Super Bowl XLIII will always be remembered by Steelers fans. Potential receivers like Adonai Mitchell and Xavier Worthy from the University of Texas, or Brian Thomas Jr. from LSU, could be available for the Steelers at pick 20. If they choose to wait until later rounds, Pittsburgh can still find quality receivers in this deep draft class.


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