Sean Davis and Morgan Burnett are currently the two starting safeties on the Steelers' roster. Both are strong safeties in style and experience, but that could be a big part of the future of this team's defense.
Having a mix of players who can rotate between deep and underneath coverage, as well as run support, could be a huge part of Keith Butler's plan. Which is why when Dale Lolley had the Steelers select Alabama's Ronnie Harrison in hisfirst mock draft, it made sense that the Steelers could further boost their depth in that kind of player.
We take a look at the hard-hitting Alabama strong safety: