The Pittsburgh Steelers have seven selections in the 2016 NFL draft, which will be held April 28-30 in Chicago. Here's a breakdown of the Steelers' selections.
First round: 25th overall selection
Second round: 58th overall selection
Third round: 89th overall selection
Fourth round: 123rd overall selection
Sixth round: 220th overall pick (compensatory)
Seventh round: 229th overall pick
Seventh round: 246th overall pick
Note: The Steelers lost the 164th and 201st picks in trades for the rights to cornerback Brandon Boykin and kicker Josh Scobee, neither of whom are on the roster. That leaves the Steelers with a 97-pick gap from the fourth round to the sixth. That's a lot of waiting. But generally, the team can do damage with this draft, especially in the first four rounds.