This article is a daydream of my perfect 2010 Pittsburgh Steelers draft.
To start things off...
Due to growing unrest and pressure being applied by a new world power, the NFL and the Players Union agree to a new contract, which includes a rookie salary cap and two low first-round picks and two more second-round picks being given to the new world power: Steeler Nation.
Cornerback Kyle Wilson from Boise State.
Wilson is a versatile corner back who should make an impact in the Steelers' secondary and be an effective addition by mid-season. An important pick due to the mediocre play in last year's secondary.
Offensive lineman Mike Iupati from Idaho.
Iupati is picked to upgrade the Steelers' running game and left side pass protection.
He should hopefully make an immediate impact at the beginning of the year and be an improvement to the offensive line, especially if he can be converted to left tackle.
Center Maurkice Pouncey from Florida.
While the Steelers really could use an offensive tackle, no immediate impact tackles were available at this pick.
He will probably alternate at the guard position while being groomed to be the Steelers' next Pro Bowl center in the future.
Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon from Missouri.
After taking time to learn the incredibly complicated defense of the Steelers, Weatherspoon is expected to be James Farrior's 2011 replacement and future defensive play caller.
Defensive tackle Jared Odrick from Penn State.
Odrick is built and plays much like Aaron Smith. He will be a defensive end in the pros, giving the Steelers two young, play-making defensive ends.
Nose tackle Cam Thomas from North Carolina.
While not considered to be first-round talent, he is a very underrated nose tackle in this draft class.
With strength building, good coaching, and a desire to prove he should have been valued higher, Thomas could blossom into a better-than-average nose tackle.
Safety Myron Rolle from Florida State.
If not for questions surrounding Rolle, he could have possibly gone in the second round. The Steelers select him because he commits to staying with them till they won another Super Bowl.
Running back Anthony Dixon from Mississippi State.
Dixon is expected fill-in as the No. 2 running back...
Sorry, we lost the fifth, sixth, and seventh round picks when I woke up.