Steelers 7-round NFL Mock Draft: Heavy emphasis on the offense

Steelers need to address offensive line, receiver and cornerback in this year's NFL Draft.

Alabama's JC Latham is picked in this mock draft to go to the Steelers with the 20th pick in the first round.
Alabama's JC Latham is picked in this mock draft to go to the Steelers with the 20th pick in the first round. / Todd Kirkland/GettyImages
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Round Six - Matt Lee, Center, Miami

Lee can play center where he was an All-ACC performer, and can also play either guard position. This will be a good value pick for the Steelers as he can plug up the interior offensive line for Tomlin and he can save a roster spot with his versatility. Lee will be playing on Sundays. The question is does he stick with the Steelers or does he get picked up off of waivers and then blossoms into a star.

This is a real solid draft for the Steelers. The question marks are at receiver, center, guard, cornerback and wide receiver. It is essential that Pittsburgh gets at least one at each position in the first five rounds. The draft is very deep this year and I believe that all of the Steelers' picks will make the team and get their shot at significant playing time.