Weight: 315 pounds
The Steelers seem to have found their left tackle of the future in Marcus Gilbert, who they drafted in the second round last year.
This year, they need to turn their attention to the guard position.
Hopefully, we've seen the last of Chris Kemoeatu, who gets more flags than the United Nations. Ramon Foster hasn't been bad. Doug Legursky is worth keeping around because of his versatility.
Trai Essex? I've always said that his name makes him sound more like a guy in a boy band than a football player. Seriously, he's always been there to patch up holes in the line left by injuries, but he'll be 30 next season.
The last guard the Steelers drafted who stuck around for any length of time is Willie Colon, and he's not even a guard anymore. They did choose Kraig Urbik in 2009, but he's now with the Buffalo Bills.
Drafting an offensive lineman from Wisconsin is like buying a suit from Italy. It's one of the best places you can go.
Zeitler made the 2011 American Football Coaches Association Football Bowl Subdivision All-American team, according to NFL Draft Scout via CBSSports.com. He's the latest in a long line of Wisconsin offensive linemen to earn All-America honors.
A lot of mock drafts have the Steelers addressing the offensive line in the first round, but I think their priorities have changed based on the events of the last couple of days.