Where He Fits?
At this point, it's hard to tell. Heyward plays defensive end. Pittsburgh has immediate openings and major needs at corner and along the offensive line. They have no need for another defensive end, having just spent a first round pick on Ziggy Hood two years ago.
Perhaps Heyward can slot in at outside linebacker due to the size concerns, but there again he is blocked by franchise player Lamarr Woodley and star James Harrison.
So where do you put this guy? Time will tell.
Most Likely Scenario
It's wide open right now. At this point, he'll spend his rookie year platooning and fighting for special teams time. After that, maybe we'll see why this pick is supposed to make some kind of sense.