The Steelers got a lot of value throughout the draft as it was widely recognized as one of the best in the league as they were able to address their biggest needs with their top four selections.
David DeCastro was the head of the class and big things are expected from the rookie guard from Stanford as well as second-round selection Mike Adams of Ohio State.
According to offensive line coach Sean Kugler, both players have a legitimate chance of starting this year.
"Those guys have a lot of catch-up work to do, so I'm going to give those guys a lot of work. Nobody just comes in and is handed a job," Kugler said (via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). "If they're the best guys, they're going to play. I don't have a fear of starting rookies if they're ready. If they're ready, they'll play. If they're not ready, they won't."
These are just two of the rookies who are expected to contribute to this year's team. Here is a look at what you can expect from the 2012 Steelers draft class.