With the 123rd pick, The Pittsburgh Steelers select... KJ Dillon, S, West Virginia The Steelers have had a need at safety for some time. While Joseph got most of the headlines (and rightly so), Dillon slipped under the radar. Dillon has good size, and good athleticism. Most safeties are kind of pigeonholed into either being a run support in-the-box safety, or a center fielder-type coverage safety. Dillon is a rare prospect who could do both. He can play the pass, and can come up and deliver a big hit. He isn't talked about by many of the pundits, but I have a feeling that he'll go higher than people think in the draft. He will be in the mix to start for the Steelers from day 1.