Smith-Schuster finished as the No. 18 receiver last season but is currently the 38th receiver off the board. Why the disconnect? Well, his targets are under pressure from Diontae Johnson and Chase Claypool, and the Steelers are expected to run the ball more after the team attempted 656 passes last season and drafted Najee Harris in the first round. Still, wanting to do something and actually being able to follow through are two different things. Smith-Schuster should return solid WR3 numbers which makes him a value at his current positional ADP.