NFL Draft 2011: Oklahoma's Quinton Carter Is Perfect Fit for Pittsburgh Steelers
Quinton Carter, Safety out of Oklahoma, Fits Steelers' Defense Perfectly
The Pittsburgh Steelers do not have too many holes to address, so there likely won't be too much variation on who they decide to select with their first couple picks.
At least one of the picks will be used to address the secondary in the first couple rounds. The player who the Steelers may take has not been discussed too much, but after reading up on him I am convinced this would make an amazing pick.
That player is, of course, Quinton Carter, free safety out of Oklahoma. He should be available with the 63rd pick, as he is projected to go early in the third round. He is a playmaker on defense who can tackle, and he may be able to move to cornerback if absolutely necessary.
In contrast, the presumed best safety on the board, Rahim Moore, is more of a zone coverage guy rather than a physical playmaker like Carter, so if Ptitsburgh does want to grab a safety to pair with Polamalu, then Carter should be that guy.
Steelers fans should get to know Carter if they have not already; he should be a great addition.
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