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with the 105th pick in the NFL draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select: Raekwon McMillan, ILB, Ohio St

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Raekwon brings a ton of starts and that thumper mentality that Timmons would play with. He has the size and ability to take on blocks, and disengage from guys to make plays. alongside the athletic Shaizer, McMillan will help form a very good inside LB core from Ohio St to the Steelers.

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On 3/14/2017 at 8:13 PM, Saca312 said:

Last time @Borat visited this forum or the Falcons forum was on March 3rd.

My bad on this absence, guys -- have had medical issues and been pretty out of comission for a couple months. Budda Baker would make a great Falcon; definitely agree with the pick. 

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