First Round: Maurkice Pouncey, C
Second Round: Jason Worilds, DE
Third Round: Emmanuel Sanders, WR
Fourth Round: Thaddeus Gibson, DE
Fifth Round (1): Chris Scott, G
Fifth Round (2): Crezdon Butler, DB
Fifth Round (3): Stevenson Sylvester, LB
Sixth Round (1): Jonathan Dwyer, RB
Sixth Round (2): Antonio Brown, WR
Seventh Round: Doug Worthington
The 2010 season was successful both on the field and in the draft room.
They finished the season by losing the Super Bowl to the Green Bay Packers. But their bigger accomplishment happened before the season began by drafting two future Pro Bowlers and several spot starters and solid reserves.
Pouncey has turned into one of the best, if not the best, centers in football, being voted to three Pro Bowls and one All-Pro team.
Worilds, a converted defensive end, has shown flashes and may be ready to step in for James Harrison.
Sanders has been a solid, if not spectacular, third receiver. He may get his chance to be a full-time starter with Wallace's imminent departure. He is a restricted free agent.
Gibson never made an impact and has bounced around with a few other teams, most recently with the Tennessee Titans.
Scott was on the roster for two seasons, but didn't do anything of value.
Butler played in four games in '10, but was given his walking papers after that.
Sylvester has been a backup and had an injury-plagued 2012. If Larry Foote isn't brought back, Sylvester may be the default starter at the beginning of training camp.
Dwyer got an opportunity to start in six games in '12, rushing for 623 yards. He is a restricted free agent and will most likely return.
Brown has been the diamond in the rough. Elected to the Pro Bowl in 2011 as a return man, he accounted for 2,211 all-purpose yards that year.
Worthington never made the team.
Analysis: The '10 draft was Tomlin's best draft to date, netting two Pro-Bowlers (Pouncey and Brown), three potential starters (Worilds, Sanders and Dwyer) and one solid reserve (Sylvester).