Safe to say Steelers rookie Markus Wheaton can ball
The Steelers spent a third-round pick on Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton because of his track speed and consistent production at the collegiate level. He also has some elite eye-hand coordination talent.
READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? • See the best action from training camp • Are you ready for fantasy football season? • Take a look at NFL’s FOXiest fans Many experts predict that Wheaton will fill the vacancy that wide receiver Mike Wallace left in free agency. While that is a tall task, Wheaton displayed his ability to focus on the football by juggling in an Instagram video on his account (@taewheaton). Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders remain to pick up the majority of the receptions, but Wheaton could surprise some people early with his straight-line speed.