By: Mike Vukovcan

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have the 31st pick in the 2011 NFL Draft that will be held April 28-30 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

If history is any indication, the Steelers will draft another solid player in the first round.

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The Steelers have a total of seven selections in the 76th annual draft, including their own selection in each of the Draft’s seven rounds.

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Don’t think that because the Steelers have the next to last pick in the 1st round, that they won’t get a solid player.

In the last 20 years, here are the players the Steelers have taken in the 1st round when drafting 25th or higher:

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2009: Ziggy Hood (32nd pick in the 1st round)
2006: Santonio Holmes (25th pick in the 1st round)
2005: Heath Miller (30th pick in the 1st round)
2002: Kendall Simmons (30th pick in the 1st round)
1998: Alan Fancea (26th pick in the 1st round)
1996: Jamain Stephens (29th pick in the 1st round)
1995: Mark Bruener (27th pick in the 1st round)