For only the third time since Mike Tomlin became head coach in 2007, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be drafting in the top 20. If the Steelers are to remain relevant in the AFC playoff picture, they must make the most of this draft.
The Steelers have made their picks count the previous two times drafting in the top 20.
The 2007 draft was headlined by star linebackers Lawrence Timmons and LaMarr Woodley while the 2010 draft was deep with talent as the Steelers netted five potential starters for the 2010 season.
Can the Steelers match this type of success with another top-20 selection in 2013? Absolutely, but only if the dominoes fall in the Steelers' favor. That is exactly what this mock draft will look at.
Here are the best-case scenarios for each round of the 2013 draft.
Note: All combine results and college stats are via NFL.com.