The Pittsburgh Steelers could use help in the secondary or along the offensive line. Both of those observations are obvious, but the team has also been linked to a number of wide receivers in the 2014 NFL Draft class.
There has been a strong buzz that the Steelers have told quarterback Ben Roethlisberger that they plan to add a big-bodied receiver to the roster during the draft, and they could be targeting one as early as the very first round.
In a report on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, beat writer Gerry Dulac said that he believes there is a “very good chance” the Steelers will select Florida State wideout Kelvin Benjamin with their first-round pick.
Benjamin certainly fits the bill as a big receiver who could help deep in the redzone at 6-foot-5, and he showed his ability to come down with big plays in clutch moments with his game-winning touchdown in the national championship game.
There are some drop concerns with Benjamin, but he would certainly be able to help out the team.