You can make a very good case for the 2010 Steelers draft class as being one of the best draft classes in the modern team era. In terms of the number of players that have contributed to the team from that class, the only comparable class would be 2007 when Lawrence Timmons, Lamarr Woodley, Danny Sepulveda, Will Gay, and Matt Spaeth joined the team.
Maurkice Pouncey: His accomplishments are obvious, the best Center prospect in the league bar none and the future for us.
Jason Worilds: Worilds has some serious pass rush skills and a good prospect waiting in the wings.
Emmanuel Sanders: Made strides all year long and really began to make his mark in the 2nd half of the season and in the post season. He's got a bright future.
Crezdon Butler: Could be one of the best value picks in recent history, along with Antonio Brown. I love Butler's upside especially with the secondary the way it is right now.
Stevenson Sylvester: Lebeau and his coaches are really high on him, he made some significant impacts on special teams and had a really good preseason. Once he breaks the lineup he won't look back.
Antonio Brown: Awesome value pick so late in the draft. This kid has speed to spare and can make the circus catches as well as anyone. He'll be a staple in the offense for years to come.
The thing that jumps out at you about this class is the potential of the players to go along with the success they've already experienced. So many holes were filled with this class it's really pretty impressive when you think about it.