With three picks in the third round of Sunday's NFL draft, the Steelers have plenty of ammunition to make some noise.
Here are some of the guys who are still available who could draw their interest:
Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma - He doesn't move as well as the Steelers might like, but some mock drafts a month ago had him going to the Steelers in the first round. I didn't like that, but in the third round, he'd be OK.
D.J. Moore, CB, Vanderbilt - If he were an inch taller than the 5-8 and change he measured at the combine, he'd already be gone.
Coye Frances, CB, San Jose State - At 6-0, 185 pounds, he just needs to put on five or so pounds. But he's intriguing.
Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State - A big corner who can run. Doesn't catch the ball well, though.
Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest - A big safety who could help on special teams and possibly spell the end of Tyrone Carter's stay on the roster.
Jamon Meridith, OT-G, South Carolina - Played tackle in college, but may project better to guard in the pros. He's a more athletic Trai Essex.
Mike Thomas, WR-KR, Arizona - An electric return man who's only 5-8. But he can play.