Juju Smith-Schuster is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL. He blew up last year and will continue to shine as the number one now of the Steelers offense. While the team did go out and sign Donte Moncrief they still need to find some other playmakers to come in and shine. We found 5 small schoolers who can help turn the Steelers around. We feel they need help at Cornerback, Linebacker, Outside Linebacker, Interior offensive lineman and Defensive tackle. Let’s talk about my small schoolers who can ignite the Steelers.
Darren Gardenhire, CB, Delta State – Former University of Washington defensive back who stands at 6010 and was a
Quincy Williams, LB, Murray State – The Steelers love smaller linebackers who are game changers on special teams. They recently lost LJ Fort to the Eagles, and Quincy comes in right now and can replace him in his role. The 5110,
Quentin Moon, OLB, Western Illinois – Q Moon is a very solid prospect. He is considered an undrafted guy by many but I feel he will have teams calling. He is an All-Conference player with cover ability. He is 6020 and 230 plus pounds. This kid has Steelers written all over him.
Tanner Volson, C/OG, North Dakota State University – A 6040, 300 pound interior player who can play multiple positions on the line. The Steelers love versatility and athletic ability. Volson brings both, and will likely be a priority free agent.
Miles Brown, DT, Wofford College – Miles Brown reminds me of Javon Hargrave, he is a 6020 and 320 pound run stuffer. The kid has a great get off the ball and is a hard player to move. He is a perfect example of a Steeler, and can likely be signed as a free agent.