2010 NFL Mock Draft: A Complete Pittsburgh Steelers' Seven Round Mock Draft

Jonathan CyprowskiCorrespondent IJanuary 27, 2010

2010 NFL Mock Draft: A Complete Pittsburgh Steelers' Seven Round Mock Draft

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Round One/Pick 18—Best Case Scenario—Bruce Campbell/OT/Maryland

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Most Realistic Scenario—Terrence Cody/DT/Alabama

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Worst Case Scenario—Earl Thomas/S/Texas

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Round Two/Pick 52—Best Case Scenario—Trevard Lindley/CB/Kentucky

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Most Realistic—Dominique Franks/CB/Oklahoma

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Worst Case—Sergio Kindle/DE-OLB/Texas

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Round Three/Pick 82 - Best Case Scenario- Toby Gerhart/RB/Stanford

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Most Realistic—Sean Lee/ILB/Penn State

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Worst Case—Mitch Petrus/OG/Arkansas

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Round Four/Pick 113—Best and Most Realistic Case Scenarios—Harry Coleman/S/LSU

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Worst Case—Linval Joseph/NT/East Carolina OR Jay Ross/NT/East Carolina

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A Name to Think About in Rounds 4-5—Ben Tate/RB/Auburn

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Round Five/Pick 148 - Best Case Scenario- Zane Beadles/OT/Utah

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Most Realistic—Derek Hardman/OT/Eastern Kentucky

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Worst Case—Ed Wang/OT/VT

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Round Six/Pick 179—Best Case Scenario—Corey Peters/DE/Kentucky

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Most Realistic—Chris Brown/RB/Oklahoma

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Worst Case—Erik Cook/C/New Mexico

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Round Seven/Pick 210—Best Case Scenario—Jamar Wall/CB/Texas Tech

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Most Realistic— Sam Maxwell/OLB/Kentucky

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Worst Case—Jammie Kirlew/DE/Indiana

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