Pittsburgh Steelers' 2016 draft class: Analysis, grades, best picks, highlights

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Pittsburgh Steelers

Scouts Inc. on 2016 class

1 (25) Artie Burns, CB, Miami | Highlights

What he brings: Burns has a long and wiry frame with above-average fluidity and top-end speed. He displays quality mirror skills with the ability to hold up both in press or off-man technique. He also shows good range. He has improved his ball awareness throughout the course of his career. He needs to get stronger, not only in coverage but also supporting the edge as a run defender. He has a chance to add immediate depth and quickly push for a starting spot as a cover-cornerback outside the hashes. -- Kevin Weidl

How he fits: The Steelers needed to infuse youth and talent into a secondary that struggled to find any consistency and ranked 30th in the league in 2015. Burns is a strong fit within defensive coordinator Keith Butler's press-zone scheme due to his length, speed and range. Pittsburgh should be improved in the back end with the additions of Burns, as well as Senquez Golson coming back (2015 second-round pick who missed all of his rookie season with a shoulder injury). -- Kevin Weidl