20. Pittsburgh Steelers: LSU Cornerback Greedy Williams
Just when it seemed like the Pittsburgh Steelers dealt with enough last season thanks to Le’Veon Bell’s holdout, it seems like only a matter of time before Antonio Brown finds himself on a new team for the 2019 season, which is crazy to think about.
Watching the Steelers lose two members that were viewed as some of the most explosive players on offense in the NFL shows how this team will be facing heavy pressure to return to the playoffs next season, or they could be experiencing even more changes around this time next year.
The good news for Pittsburgh is thanks to young players like James Conner and JuJu Smith-Schuster, replacing Bell and Brown could end up being easier than expected.
As for the defensive side of the football, well let’s just say the Steelers have some work to do in the next coming weeks between free agency and the draft to make sure they’re in much better shape than last season.
If cornerback ends up being the position that Pittsburgh decides to focus on at No. 20, Greedy Williams would easily be considered a steal if he were to somehow slip this late. Greedy displayed a few hiccups in Indianapolis, but the LSU cornerback makes up for it in other ways to help him draw consideration for being one of the best players at his position.