It's the long-time neglect of a specific, high-profile position in the first round of the draft you haven't heard about in excess over the past three years. Of course, I'm referencing the Steelers and the fact that they haven't picked a receiver in Round 1 since Santonio Holmes was selected in 2006 (the Packers, more famously, haven't picked a first-round receiver since 2002).

But, from Mike Wallace to Emmanuel Sanders to Antonio Brown to Martavis Bryant to JuJu Smith-Schuster to Diontae Johnson to Chase Claypool, no team in football has created a more prestigious lineage of Day 2 and Day 3 picks at receiver over the past two decades than the Steelers. 

And it feels like Pittsburgh has uncovered the next overlooked wideout in George Pickens, their second-round selection in April. He's taken Steelers training camp by storm, and our very own Bryan Deardo recently documented Pickens' dominance at St. Vincent College this summer. 

Pickens was comfortably a first-round wideout on my Big Board before the 2022 draft. The only wideouts who received a higher grade were Drake London, Jameson Williams, Garrett Wilson, and Skyy Moore. 

I know training camp videos are all the rage right now. But let's go inside what Pickens did in his unique career at Georgia that indicated he was ready to not just make the jump to the NFL but arrive on the scene as a wideout with instant star capabilities.

Before I begin, let's remember, Pickens was a five-star recruit and the No. 4 wideout in the nation entering the collegiate ranks from the high school class of 2019. Pickens has been that dude for a while. 

Let's start with a touchdown against fellow second-round pick Roger McCreary, now of the Titans, then of Auburn University.