The 2022 NFL Draft is underway, but the Pittsburgh Steelers still have to wait a bit until they make their selection.

Pittsburgh has the No. 20 overall pick in the draft, so unless they trade up, they’re going to have to watch some talented players fly off their draft board before they make their selection.

Fortunately for the Steelers, there are several excellent players still available. The Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons helped out by passing on a quarterback with their picks in the top 10.

Here are the top players available that Pittsburgh could still select (at positions of need).

Updated: The Steelers take Pitt QB Kenny Pickett with the No. 20 overall pick.

Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder (9) fist bumps a fan after the NCAA football game on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati.
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Quarterbacks

  • Malik Willis — Liberty
  • Kenny Pickett — Pittsburgh Drafted by Steelers No. 20 overall
  • Sam Howell — North Carolina
  • Desmond Ridder — Cincinnati
  • Matt Corral — Ole Miss

Defensive Linemen

  • Jordan Davis — Georgia Drafted by Eagles No. 13 overall
  • Devonte Wyatt — Georgia

Safeties

  • Kyle Hamilton — Notre Dame Drafted by Ravens No. 14 overall
  • Daxton Hill — Michigan
  • Lewis Cine — Georgia

Offensive linemen

  • Charles Cross — Mississippi State Drafted by Seahawks No. 9 overall
  • Trevor Penning — Northern Iowa
  • Kenyon Green — Texas A&M Drafted by Texans No. 15 overall
  • Zion Johnson — Boston College
  • Lewis Cine — Georgia

Cornerbacks

  • Trent McDuffie — Washington
  • Kaiir Elam — Florida
  • Andrew Booth — Clemson
  • Kyler Gordon — Washington

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