The Steelers inked deals with their fourth-round pick, Mason McCormick, and sixth-round pick, Logan Lee.

The Steelers secured the contracts of a couple of draft picks on Friday. They officially signed guard Mason McCormick, their fourth-round pick, and defensive tackle Logan Lee, their sixth-round pick. Both players agreed to four-year deals with the team.

McCormick, a durable player, comes from South Dakota State, where he appeared in 70 games, including a school-record streak of 57 consecutive games. This extensive experience makes him a valuable addition to the Steelers’ offensive line.

Lee, hailing from Iowa, showcased his skills with 158 tackles, 18.5 tackles for loss, and nine sacks across 43 games. His versatility and prowess on the field bode well for the Steelers’ defensive unit.

Additionally, the Steelers announced the acquisition of four undrafted free agents: Beanie Bishop Jr., a cornerback from West Virginia; Daijun Edwards, a running back from Georgia; John Rhys Plumlee, a quarterback from UCF; and Jacoby Windmon, a linebacker from Michigan State.

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