Casey Hampton First Round 2001
Casey lost out in the numbers game. If 3-4 defensive tackles ever have a shot at making the hall of fame, Hampton has the best aim. He has been a vital cog in the Steelers' historically good rushing defense over the past decade.
Evander Hood First Round 2009
Hood just needs more time on the field to prove his worth of a place on this list. He was excellent in the place of Aaron Smith during last season but remains a back up for now.
Willie Colon Fourth Round 2006
Had Colon not been injured this season he may have had a chance of cracking the top five. Colon has been the best of an average bunch for the Steelers over the past few seasons and even after he missed the whole of the 2010 season will be difficult to bring back in free agency.
Larry Foote Fourth Round 2002
Foote had won two Superbowls with the Steelers as a starter before a brief stint in Detroit. He is an excellent run stuffing linebacker who perfectly fit in Dick LeBeau's defensive scheme.
Maurkice Pouncey First Round 2010
The only reason Pouncey is not near the very top of the least is the fact that he has only played one season in the league. Pouncey was an all-pro center as a rookie with a great attitude and even better level of talent. If he stays on his current path he could be on the way to a hall of fame career.