The latest version of Rob Rang's 2012 NFL Mock Draft has the Steelers taking Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn with the No. 24 overall pick. Rang's reasoning hasn't changed from his previous drafts, and Glenn still makes sense as a player who might be available that late in the draft who plays a position of need for the Steelers.
Rang has Penn State's Devon Still going at No. 12 to the Seattle Seahawks:
Still, a 6-4, 310-pound defensive tackle, showed his talent and despite all of the distractions in Happy Valley last year, was the Big Ten's Defensive Player of the Year. Still could help inside at defensive tackle as well as provide the Seahawks with some flexibility at the five technique defensive end position should incumbent starter Red Bryant be heavily pursued in free agency.
Many mocks had Still going at No. 8 to the Carolina Panthers, but Rang isn't the only mock drafter recently to replace him with LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers, who has big-time upside. No. 12 is nothing to sneeze at for Still, however.
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