Who's Henry Hynoski?
He's a fullback. That may not be a premium position in today's NFL, but Hynoski is not your typical fullback. He's a do it all player (think Chris Cooley) who can run, catch and block. He's likely, because of his position, not to be a high priority pick and will fall to someone lucky and late in the draft.
He can easily be one of the league's most dangerous and underrated players once he suits up. If Pittsburgh gets him, it would add a whole extra dimension to an offense that already boasts some dangerous pieces.
What's He Got?
As mentioned about, he's a do-it-all player. In the Pittsburgh scheme, he could be a top blocker for the running game and free up David Johnson to move back to tight end full-time. He could also serve as the third tight end, allowing the team to keep an extra player at another spot.
His ability to catch out of the backfield and then run and bowl over tacklers makes him a dangerous threat for Ben Roethlisberger to utilize in tough spots as well. Overall, he should be a very good player in the NFL.