The Steelers had a good 2017, advancing to the playoffs and losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars just prior to the AFC title game. The biggest issue is whether or not Le’Veon Bell, their multi-talented running back, is re-signed or not. Beyond that, the team has needs in their secondary, and linebacker corps where replacing Ryan Shazier is a tall task along with adding a running mate inside.
Selecting Harrison makes a ton of sense since he has experience at both safety spots. The 6-2, 214 pounder, is a big hitter and would provide a big lift to the Steelers secondary. Harrison is simply one of the best talents left on the board, and the Steelers do have a need there, too.
Other players that could make a lot of sense would be: RB Derrius Guice, especially if Pittsburgh elects to not re-sign Bell, linebacker Rashaan Evans, or Mason Rudolph, quarterback from Oklahoma State. Rudolph is a big, pocket passer, similar to what they already have. After all, “Big Ben” Roethlisberger isn’t a spring chicken, anymore.