Penn State's DT Devon Still might not be waiting long for his name to be called during the 2012 NFL draft. In Rob Rang's recently-released mock draft for CBS Sports, he currently has the talented defensive lineman going at No. 12 to the Seattle Seahawks. Still, who earned the Big Ten's Defensive Player of the Year honors in his final year with Penn State, has the ability to fill a variety of positions for Pete Carroll's team on the defensive line.
The Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive line struggled with injuries and protection breakdowns last season, leading Rang to believe the team will seek help up front to better protect franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Roethlisberger suffered five sacks in the Steelers season-ending playoff loss to the Broncos, and help might come in the form of Georgia OG Cordy Glenn. Glenn fits the mold of Steeler lineman due to his 6-foot-5, 350-pound frame, and as a four-year starter in college, has the playing experience the organization looks for at the position.
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