The Steelers have added more secondary depth following the draft, this time with Florida safety Donovan Stiner.
Stiner is an impressive tackler, recording 150 career stops and four tackles for loss with the Gators in 48 apperances.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound safety also had six interceptions and nine pass breakups in his career and spent time on the kickoff and punt coverage teams.
Stiner spent time in slot coverage, which makes him a solid depth option. If nothing more, Stiner could be a valuable addition to the special teams unit.
He will join fellow Florida alum Joe Haden in the secondary.