Pittsburgh Steelers draft stash QB Josh Dobbs but neglect TEs

Unexpected twists and turns for Pittsburgh's draft (1:01)

Jeremy Fowler explains why the Steelers' 2017 NFL draft might lack immediate star power, but is stocked with tough players who will contribute next season. (1:01)

Biggest post-draft questions still to be answered by the Pittsburgh Steelers:

What will the Steelers do at tight end? The Steelers eschewed a deep tight end class to address other needs, leaving the position as one of the most concerning entering organized team activities. Ladarius Green is the answer, but his health is a concern unless the Steelers prove otherwise. The concussion history clouds the outlook of an otherwise ascending player. Jesse James is a reliable option. He grew in his second year. He's probably not enough as a standalone if Green is still out.

How will the Steelers sort out the wide receiver hierarchy? The addition of second-round pick JuJu Smith-Schuster gives the Steelers a tough possession receiver alongside Antonio Brown. Smith-Schuster also specializes in winning 50-50 balls, offensive coordinator Todd Haley said. If Martavis Bryant completes NFL reinstatement, Sammie Coates resurges and free-agent acquisition Justin Hunter makes a push for snaps, the Steelers face tough decisions on allocating talent. That's a great problem for coach Mike Tomlin.

What is the Steelers' plan for QB Josh Dobbs? Assuming Ben Roethlisberger plays another three years, the Steelers can develop Dobbs as a No. 3 quarterback, eventually replacing primary backup Landry Jones and making a case to start in the NFL. Call it the Jimmy Garoppolo blueprint. But it's uncertain if this is the Steelers' actual replacement for Big Ben or just another fourth-round flier. The direction is largely dependent on Dobbs fulfilling his potential.

What will the Steelers do with all these cornerbacks? Drafting third-rounder Cameron Sutton and fifth-rounder Brian Allen gives the Steelers at least eight cornerbacks in the mix for a spot on the 53-man roster. At least half of that group is unproven. The other half doesn't wield star power. Will the boosted depth result in more production or diminishing returns?

What will ILB Vince Williams do with his starting role? The runway is greased for the fifth-year linebacker to replace Lawrence Timmons after the team did not draft an inside linebacker. The Steelers believe Williams is ready to play full-time alongside Ryan Shazier as long as they don't overload him.