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On Friday, the NFL released the full order of the 2021 NFL Draft, which includes all of the compensatory picks.
The Steelers have a fourth-round compensatory pick (140th overall) in this year's draft, due to Javon Hargrave signing a three-year, $39 million deal with the Eagles last March. In total, the Steelers have eight picks in this year's draft.
They have no fifth-round pick this year due to trading it to Baltimore last April when they acquired Chris Wormely. In that same trade, they received a seventh-round pick (254th overall) in this year's draft. Their other seventh-round pick (245th overall) this year came from the Minkak Fitzpatrick trade with Miami in September of 2019.
The Steelers' sixth-round pick (245th overall) in this year's draft is from the Jerald Hawkins trade with Tampa Bay in August of 2019.
Below is the round-by-round order of the Steelers' draft picks in 2021.
First Round – 24th pick overall
Second Round –23rd pick in round (55th pick overall)
Third Round – 24th pick in round (87th pick overall)
Fourth Round –23rd pick in round (128th pick overall)
35th pick in round (140th pick overall - compensatory pick)
Fifth Round – No pick – (Traded to Baltimore in Chris Wormley trade)
Sixth Round – 32nd pick in round (216th pick overall - from Tampa Bay via Jerald Hawkins trade)
Seventh Round – 18th pick in round (245th pick overall - from Miami via Minkah Fitzpatrick trade)
27th pick in round (254th pick overall - from Baltimore via Chris Wormley trade)
The draft will be held on April 29-May 1 in Cleveland, Ohio.