Washington selected cornerback Fabian Moreau with the 81st pick, followed by Oakland taking defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes at No. 88.
Moreau might have gone earlier had he not suffered a torn pectoral muscle while bench pressing during UCLA’s pro day. He underwent surgery to repair the injury and expects to be back to full strength for training camp in August.
The Steelers selected the USC receiver Friday night with the 30th pick of the second round (No. 62 overall), choosing him even after star wideout Martavis Bryant was conditionally reinstated earlier this week after his drug suspension.
Smith-Schuster scored 10 receiving touchdowns in each of the last two seasons. After reeling in 89 catches for 1,454 yards in 2015, he dropped off a bit last season with 70 catches for 914.
The Rams’ wait to make their first pick in the NFL draft was made even longer Friday when they traded back in the second round.
The Rams moved down seven spots to No. 44 and selected South Alabama tight end Gerald Everett.
“I think I bring the complete package of a tight end,” Everett said during a conference call with reporters. “Definitely the vertical threat, but also being a blocker in the run game and just being able to create that mismatch anytime in the game.”