It didn't take George Pickens long to make an impact in Pittsburgh. His first preseason game was an eye-opener, but the truth is that he's been crushing defenses for years at Georgia. Now there's a chance he plays like that right away in the NFL. In college, Pickens collected 90 receptions and 14 touchdowns over 26 games, dazzling with plenty of big plays even after he came back from a torn ACL in 2021. He's a tall receiver with good speed, but lean and definitely one with a mean streak that got him in trouble in college. If there's a positive, it's that the Steelers are known for putting rookies on the field. They're pretty good at developing wide receivers, too. He's quickly jumped over Chase Claypool in our rankings and is worth considering with a top-100 pick in redraft leagues. He's also worth a top-seven choice in rookie-only drafts.