The Pittsburgh Steelers, along with the rest of the NFL, have wrapped up the 2020 NFL Draft. The team had six total draft picks (but no first-rounder). With the six picks, they selected Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool, Charlotte linebacker Alex Highsmith, Maryland running back Anthony McFarland, Jr., Louisiana guard Kevin Dotson, Maryland safety Antoine Brooks, Jr. and Nebraska defensive lineman Carlos Davis.
According to Pro Football Focus, the Steelers graded out at a pedestrian B-. Undoubtedly the grade suffered because of a lack of first-round pick, because PFF wasn’t unhappy with the Claypool, Highsmith and Dotson picks in particular.
What do you think? How would you grade the Steelers 2020 Draft, particularly in light of the fact that the team, in their own words, used their first-round pick on Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Give them a grade.