The Pittsburgh Steelers made a splash in the 2013 NFL Draft when they took Michigan State Spartans running back Le'Veon Bell in the second round.
Dwyer played quite a bit last season for Pittsburgh while Rashard Mendenhall was returning from a torn ACL suffered against the Cleveland Browns in December of 2011. Last year, Dwyer amassed 623 yards on 4.0 yards per carry while scoring twice.
Dwyer also provides a nice option in the passing game, swinging out of the backfield to make 18 catches in 2012.
Only 23 years old, Dwyer offers a nice trade chip for the Steelers that could garner a mid-round pick going into next year's draft.
It will be intriguing to see if some team decides to try and pull off a deal during the NFL Draft on Saturday, where hope and picks are abundant.
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