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Sifting Through The Wreckage

Trey Millard Oklahoma (Heitman/USA TODAY Sports)

There are several top-shelf prospects currently re-habbing injuries. One late-rounder might be worth it for the Steelers.

There's a defensive lineman who in his last three college seasons has started at nose tackle, 4-3 tackle, and 3-4 end and who's being hailed by some as the best interior lineman in the draft because his quick first step rivals that of Aaron Donald's. This player projects nicely to the 5-tech position, at which the Steelers are so very thin, and he no doubt will be available at pick 15. Of course...

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