Matt Conrath, DE, Virginia
Pittsburgh lacks depth at defensive end with the retirement of Aaron Smith. Conrath has a huge frame at 6'7" and has room to comfortably add another 10-15 pounds to put him closer to 300.
Conrath was productive last season with 66 tackles (12 for a loss), two forced fumbles and three sacks. He is a bit of a project, but is solid against the run and would be a threat to bat down passes. He can also contribute on special teams.
Previous Selection: Trevin Wade, CB, Arizona
Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College
Fletcher does not have elite athleticism, but was a solid player at Boston College. He has good size at just over 6'0" and 201 pounds. He can play a physical game, but is not very fast.
It will take time for Fletcher to develop, but he would not have any pressure with four talented cornerbacks ahead of him. As a late-round choice, it would be beneficial for him to get time at cornerback and safety.
Previous Selection: Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego State
Joe Long, OT, Wayne State
The younger brother of Jake Long, Joe Long was named the 2011 Gene Upshaw Division II Lineman of the Year.
Long started 45 games at Wayne State and is worth a late shot given his brother's success in the league.
Previous Selection: George Bryan, TE, North Carolina State
Randy Bullock, K, Texas A&M
No change for the last pick. Randy Bullock is the top-rated kicker in the draft after being selected AP All-American First Team.
Bullock made 29-of-33 field goals last year and 80-of-102 for his career with a long of 52 yards. He was 176-of-179 on extra points. He would challenge Shaun Suisham.
Previous Selection: No Change
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