Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
The Pittsburgh Steelers seem content to allow Cortez Allen to succeed Keenan Lewis as the starting cornerback opposite Ike Taylor. William Gay would compete with a host of young players led by Curtis Brown for the nickel spot.
That doesn't mean that cornerback isn't an area of interest in the draft.
Steelers 101 has alleged that Pittsburgh is targeting mid- and late-round corners in their draft visit process. One of the players that they have had in is Utah State's Will Davis.
Pittsburgh, with eight selections, will surely take a corner at some point in this draft. They don't seem to be concerned enough to spend a high pick there and usually wait until the middle of the draft to look at corners.
Pittsburgh has had success with small-school defensive prospects before (Jack Lambert, James Harrison, Ike Taylor just to name a few prominent ones), so it makes sense they could go for a guy like Davis or William & Mary's B.W. Webb late and try to catch lightning in a bottle.