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Which Players Will Be on Draft Board for Steelers at No. 20?

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2024 NFL Draft Prospect Georgia OT Amarius Mims
Georgia offensive lineman Amarius Mims (65) is shown aginst SOuth Carolina during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023, Ga. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

The Pittsburgh Steelers have given us plenty of clues about who the team is interested in taking in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, with fans and media alike reading into their pre-draft visits, pro day attendance and combine interview list to decipher the players that are at the top of the list for general manager Omar Khan and his staff.

But who will be available to the Steelers when pick No. 20 rolls around in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft next Thursday night?

That’s impossible to truly know, but we can turn to betting markets to see who is most likely to be available. Offshore sportsbook Bet Online has posted over/under draft position lines for 27 players that are likely to be taken in the first round of the draft.

According to Bet Online, Duke offensive lineman Graham Barton is the top player that will more likely than not be available when the Steelers get to the podium. Barton’s over/under draft position in 21 1/2.

Georgia tackle Amarius Mims, Iowa cornerback Cooper DeJean, Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins and Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson are also favored to be on the board for the Black and Gold.

On the other hand, Alabama tackle JC Latham, Toledo cornerback Quinyon Mitchell, Alabama defensive back Terrion Arnold, Washington offensive linemen Troy Fautanu and LSU wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr.

Here’s the full list of who is expected to go when in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft:

QB J.J. McCarthy, Michigan 5 1/2
OT Joe Alt, Notre Dame 6 1/2
WR Rome Odunze, Washington 8 1/2
DE Dallas Turner, Alabama 9 1/2
TE Brock Bowers, Georgia 12
OT Olu Fashanu, Penn State 13 1/2
OT Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State 13 1/2
OT JC Latham, Alabama 14
CB Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo 14 1/2
DB Terrion Arnold, Alabama 15 1/2
OL Troy Fautanu, Washington 15 1/2
DE Jared Verse, Florida State 16
WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSU 17
DT Byron Murphy II, Texas 17
DE Laiatu Latu, UCLA 17
OL Graham Barton, Duke 21 1/2
OT Amarius Mims, Georgia 22 1/2
DB Cooper DeJean, Iowa 22 1/2
DE Chop Robinson, Penn State 26
CB Nate Wiggins, Clemson 26 1/2
WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas 27 1/2
CB Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama 28 1/2
OT Tyler Guyton, Washington 28 1/2
C Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon 31 1/2
OT Jordan Morgan, Arizona 32 1/2
QB Michael Penix, Washington 32 1/2
QB Bo Nix, Oregon 33