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2004 Draft Picks
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 • All-Time 1st Round
 • Great '70s Drafts

* Note: Colclough (#2 pick) is pronounced "Coke-Lee".
Steelers Class of 2004
Click on player name for bio.
RND
NAME
POS
SCHOOL
1
Ben Roethlisberger
QB
Miami OH
2
Ricardo Colclough *
CB
Tusculum
3
Max Starks
OT
Florida
4
Traded to Colts
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5
Nathaniel Adibi
DE
VA Tech
6
Bo Lacy
OT
Arkansas
6
Matt Kranchick
TE
Penn State
6
Drew Caylor
DE
Stanford
7
Eric Taylor
DT
Memphis


A long time coming...
QB Roethlisberger ends 24-year drought
From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Miami of Ohio, 6 feet 4, 242 pounds. Considered by some scouts to have more potential than Eli Manning and Philip Rivers, quarterbacks selected ahead of him in the first round ... Was a three-year starter at Miami, where he completed 854 of 1,304 passes (65.5 percent) for 10,829 yards, 84 touchdowns and 34 interceptions. But played only one year at quarterback at Findlay (Ohio) High School, causing some scouts to think he needs several more years of experience ... Big and strong, described as having the size of a linebacker and mobility of a tailback. Doesn't have good speed, but moves well in the pocket and shows the ability to step away from the rush ... Shows good fluidity and quickness in his pass set, though he lacks a quick release ... Throws well on the run ... Very good at reading defenses, showing patience and the ability to pick apart zone defenses ... Was rated the No. 1 quarterback in the draft by The Sporting News, which said he has better arm strength than most QBs ... Considered a strong character guy.


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Draft Links
You'll find everything draft-related you could possibly want at the following links:
ESPN Draft Central
Draftbook.com
TFY Draft
KFFL Draft
Draft2003.com
Mel Kiper
Football.com Draft
Football's Future
NFL Draft Blitz
nflDraftView.com
Boomer's Draft
First Rounders
All-Time First Round Draft Picks! Did you know the Steelers' first-ever draft pick in 1936 was named William Shakespeare? No kidding! From Bradshaw to Woodson, they're HERE.
Great '70s Drafts
Those Were the Days!
Mean Joe. Bradshaw. Franco. Swann. For a GREAT article about Noll's legendary 1st round draft picks of the '70's, CLICK HERE.
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