Another Stanford player David DeCastro joined Andrew Luck in the draft at No. 24. The guard 6-ft-5, 316lbs player was picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers, and expected to replace Doug Legursky as the starting left guard when the season begins.
DeCastro was an All-American player last year, playing and starting in 39 games in three seasons with the Cardinal.
Although DeCastro played as a right guard at Stanford, the Steelers Headcoach Mike Tomlin has faith in him and believes he is able to play on either side, depending of the needs of the team.