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Can the Steelers find a four-time All-Pro in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft? They sure hope so. 

Pittsburgh selected wide receiver Diontae Johnson with the No. 66 pick Friday night in the third round of the draft. The pick is the first of two that the Steelers received from the Raiders in exchange for star wide receiver Antonio Brown.

The Raiders also sent the No. 142 overall pick in this year's draft to the Steelers in the deal.

Johnson, 5-foot-11 and 181 pounds, was a star at Toledo the last two seasons. Between his sophomore and junior years, he hauled in 123 receptions for 2,039 yards and 21 touchdowns.

The newest Steeler also had big numbers as a kick and punt returner in college. He scored four touchdowns -- two on kickoffs, two on punts -- as a return man.

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While Johnson could one day turn into an NFL star, it's a long shot he'll ever produce the kind of numbers Brown has.