Now that FA is waning, I thought I'd change my mock since an OLB could not be acquired to start on the right side or help out JH92. 1. TJ Watt OLB Wisconsin - I know some media guys said the Steelers don't like Watt in the first, but they say a lot of things this time of year. Need and value come together nicely here imo. In my first rnd mock, McKinley is gone but Lawson is available. I took Engram out of consideration just because the need is too great. Yes it is a deep draft at OLB, but you have more control over the selections in the first round. Do you take a chance on another position and then gamble that a prospect falls in your lap in rnds 2 or 3? That plays into the equation for me. Watt has a high floor and if JH92 goes down then you have Chickillo and rookie. I like Chickillo and Watt compared to Chickillo and guys available in rnds 2 or 3. I think you could go heavy snaps with JH92 at the start of the season while slowly transitioning in Watt so JH92 becomes more of a pass rusher late in the year. 2. Marcus Williams FS Utah - Would love to have Josh Jones here too, but I think he goes earlier in rnd 2. If both were available, I'd go Jones. Just a better body type than Williams. But I love Williams' reliable tackling and range. He pushes Mitchell out the door in 2018. Eliminated Tyus Bowser since we got an OLB in the first. 3. Marlon Mack RB South Florida - Had him in my earlier mock. Home run hitter and good receiver. Steelers met with him at the combine I believe. 5'11" 213 4.5 speed. A very nice addition to the RB group so we can spell Leveon and not lose too much. Bumped up Williams to the second round where I originally had him. 3comp. Shaquil Griffin CB Central Florida - 6' 194 4.38 speed. Another combine meeting. Outside corner candidate who can play press if they want to add that to the defense more often. Small school competition and needs some refinement but the physical traits are there. Eliminated Ethan Cooper as the o-line seems fairly intact. 4. Jake Butt TE Michigan - He may be gone by this pick, but I'm hoping the late season injury may push him down to us. Great blocker and reliable receiver. A beast to bring down. I wanted to add more of a "move" TE because of Green's issues, but this guy is too good to pass up here. Bumped up Griffin to 3comp because that 40 time will have him go earlier than I think he should. 5. Corn Elder/Damontae Kazee CB Miami/San Diego St - Flip a coin, I'm good with either. Slot CB candidates. Both fearless in run support for smaller guys. I had Dwayne Thomas out of LSU here and would be happy with him too. 6. Robert Davis WR Georgia State - 6'3" 220 4.44 speed. Tons of production at the smaller school. Which may let him drop to the 6th hopefully. School leader in receps and yards. Pro style offense. Late round insurance for Bryant/Hunter. Hands catcher. Eliminated Aaron Jones with the Mack selection in rnd 3. 7.. Steven Taylor ILB Houston - 6'1" 225 4.65 speed. Saw him when watching Elandon Roberts and WJIII last year. Good speed to add to the ILB group. Not a starter candidate but may grow into some nice depth with Matakevich and can cut his teeth on STs. Eliminated Jalen Reeves Maybin, due to a propensity to tackle low. Misses as much as he gets.