ESPN has a piece up about which under the radar players stuck out during OTA's. Here's who Jeremy Fowler picked for the Steelers:
"Cam Sutton, a third-round rookie, was productive in OTAs and seems to understand what the Steelers want out of their pass coverage. He is trying to separate himself in a crowded cornerback room, but he has a few things going for him: He can play multiple spots, he can play man or zone, and he offsets a lack of raw speed with instincts. "The mentality is, if the ball is in the air, you have to demand the ball," Sutton said. -- Jeremy Fowler"
Sutton played his college football at Tennessee and then was the 94th pick in the draft. He had a down year for Tennessee in 2016 but seems to be back on track in the big leagues.
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