After the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph with the No. 76 overall pick in the third round of the 2018 National Football League draft on Friday, Rudolph commented on being the potential heir apparent to Ben Roethlisberger.
The Bills opened the draft making two splashes in trading up to select both Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen and Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds in the first round.
Rudolph finished his career holding no fewer than 54 school records, including single-season and career marks for passing yards, passing touchdowns and pass efficiency.
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That was when they trailed the Utah Jazz 71-46 with 8:30 remaining in the third quarter, while trailing Utah 3-1 in the series. In order for Oklahoma City to extend the series to a Game 7, they'll surely need the effort to be there from the opening tip.
For his efforts during his senior season, Rudolph was named the victor of the 2017 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and received second-team All-America honors from the American Football Coaches Association.
Washington joins the Steelers receiver room after the departure of Martavis Bryant in the form of a trade with the Oakland Raiders last night. He's also truly special after the catch.
The Pittsburgh Steelers sent six representatives to Oklahoma State's Pro Day last month.
Rudolph could be a possible replacement for Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers' two-time Super Bowl champion gunslinger.