NFL Mock Draft 2011: Another Mock Has Steelers Picking A Cornerback

The Post-Gazette gets in on the mock drafting fun with an NFL mock draft by Ed Bouchette. The first four picks are ones most folks have settled on by now - Cam Newton, Von Miller, Marcell Dareus, and A.J. Green. Mike Pouncey goes, as he usually does now, to the Miami Dolphins with the No. 15 pick. The first unusual selection, in terms of value, is Arizona DE Brooks Reed to the Bucs at No. 20 - Reed doesn't usually go that high. Again, like everyone else, Bouchette has the Steelers taking Texas cornerback Aaron Williams:

Anyone who watched the Super Bowl knows the Steelers need a cornerback.

Well, right, and Williams is the most logical pick based on interest (the Steelers had him in for a pre-draft visit) and where the Steelers will be drafting. There's also a more complete explanation of why Williams will be the pick here.

Alabama running back Mark Ingram falls all the way to the Green Bay Packers with the No. 32 overall pick.

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