Did Walter look at the examples mentioned regarding the falling prospects that the Pittsburgh Steelers usually draft? Other than falling in the draft, what else did they have in common? Including Decastro, who's finally caught on, all three have been very slooooooowwwww starters.. As a matter of fact if these guys were taken any higher there would've been questions about them being a Bust. Yes, they may have reached for Artie Burns, but they definiately had to change their ways of thinking.
Summary: I think Tate's draft stock is dependent on his 40 time. If he can run in the 4.4s, then he is a first-round pick. If he doesn't, then it is questionable. Tate profiles as a very good No. 2 receiver at the next level, but don't count on him to be Andre Johnson. Tate played baseball at Notre Dame and was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks out of high school in 2007. Tate profiles as a late first- to early second-round pick.
Player Comparison: Steve Smith (Giants). Tate and Smith of course have the size comparison, but they are both natural receivers with good speed.