2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects For The AFC North

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January 1, 2015; Pasadena, CA, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back P.J. Williams (26) in defense position against the Oregon Ducks in the 2015 Rose Bowl college football game at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Pittsburgh Steelers

1. P.J. Williams, CB: The Steelers have a huge need at cornerback and Williams fits the mold of what they like. Possessing size and speed, Williams has shown numerous times he can hold his own, including against DeVante Parker. He would work very well in a zone scheme, which is what the Steelers like to use. Williams fits a need and gives the Steelers a young cornerback to develop.

2. Jalen Collins, CB: His stock has been rising lately, and for good reason. With good height at 6’2″ and great speed, Collins is an intriguing prospect. He has played well against some of college football’s best and shows he has a high ceiling. One issue that comes into play is his ability to play off-man coverage. Collins could help his draft stock by having a good showing at the combine.

3. Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB: A quick, strong defender, Dupree gives the Steelers yet another young linebacker to build around. He was disruptive, but he must work on his pass-rushing technique. Dupree has tremendous upside and has plenty of experience going against read option offenses, which has allowed to him to hone his field awareness.

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