Pittsburgh Steelers Round 2 pick: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
After adding Malik Willis in the first round, the Steelers need to get to work on their offensive line. One of the reasons Big Ben was so successful in his career was his ability to get the ball out of his hands nearly as quickly as he caught the snap. Part of that was by design but part was due to an O-line that couldn’t sustain blocks for very long.
They address that with the selection of Bernhard Raimann from Central Michigan with their second-round pick. The 6-f00t-7, 305-pound Raimann checks off all the boxes and can be an intriguing option in the red zone on trick plays due to his experience as a tight end.
Pittsburgh Steelers Round 3 pick: Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn
With their third-round pick, the Steelers now add some much-needed youth to their cornerback corps. Nehemiah Pritchett projects as a boundary corner but has the skillset to play in the slot as well. He stands 6-foot-1 and 179-pounds and while he could use some more mass in his frame, he does have the height to give outside receivers problems.
Pittsburgh Steelers Round 4 pick: Tyrese Robinson, IOL, Oklahoma
Back to the offensive line as the Steelers land Tyrese Robinson from Oklahoma with their fourth-round pick. A redshirt senior who weighs in at 334-pounds, Robinson is known for his ability as a run blocker. His addition should help make life easier on Najee Harris, which will in turn make life easier on Malik Willis who they took in Round 1.