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For the first time since 2003, the Steelers didn't take an offensive lineman at any point in the 2013 draft. But with so much youth and a lack of depth across the offensive front, it opens the door for some of the undrafted free agent linemen in camp to show their stuff.
The biggest name the Steelers brought in from the UDFA process is Mike Golic Jr., son of former defensive lineman and current ESPN radio host Mike Golic.
Golic has experience playing for one of the better teams in college football in 2012 and was a leader for the Golden Domers in the process. He's got the ability to play both guard and tackle, something the Steelers need from their offensive linemen.
Another name to watch is San Diego State guard Nik Embernate who has affectionately been come to be called "Embernasty" by his teammates.
A 33-game starter for the Aztecs, Embernate is one of the nastiest dudes around. Just take this quote from Behind the Steel Curtain:
"If I hear a quarterback call that play in the huddle," Embernate said, "I've already got in my mind that I'm going to take that dude and slam him into the dirt, and as he's trying to get up, just not let him get up. Try to inflict a lot of pain on him.
"That's what this game is all about - not to the aspect where you want to hurt somebody, but you're going to try to knock somebody out. You've got to play physical."
Think he fits the Steelers mold?
With Doug Legursky still perusing the free-agent market and the lack of depth behind two very young and inexperienced tackles, Pittsburgh may need to add some offensive linemen who can contribute immediately.