PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — TCU’s Trevon Moehrig is the highest-rated safety in this year’s draft, but the position doesn’t seem like a first-round option for the Steelers.

There are a bunch of players who will be available in the mid to late rounds that are intriguing. Jevon Holland from Oregon opted out this year and is a little undersized, but he is fast and not afraid to get physical.

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Central Florida’s Richie Grant has moved up draft boards after an impressive Senior Bowl.

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Pitt has two players who the Steelers are very familiar with and could be there late when Pittsburgh potentially targets the position. Paris Ford is a playmaker who is always around the ball and could be a steal late in the draft. Same with Damar Hamlin.

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Penn State has a couple of players as well that might get drafted at this position. Jaquan Brisker took a step back from his 2019 season and former Clairton star Lamont Wade is another option.