Ebron has never been lacking talent, but has also been wildly inconsistent throughout his career. He'll join a Steelers team that has been searching for a consistent threat at the position since the retirement of Heath Miller. The former #1 pick is still just 26 years old and should find himself with plenty of opportunities to contribute, as long as he can beat out veteran Vance McDonald. If this ends up being a bit of a tight end time-share, neither player is likely going to be too start-worthy in the short-term, though. Ebron is currently our TE19 with an ADP of 229. It's tough to see that moving up too much until the dust settles, but he has potential to rise yet again if he can emerge as a security blanket for a healthy Ben Roethlisberger, who loves targeting his tight ends.