Kentucky running back Benny Snell Jr. highlighted a busy final day at the NFL draft for the Pittsburgh Steelers.Pittsburgh selected Snell with their fourth-round pick, adding depth behind starter James Conner and backup Jaylen Samuels. Snell ran for 3,873 yards and 48 touchdowns in 39 career games for the Wildcats https://www.steelersedgeshop.com/Steelers_Cavon_Walker_Jersey-208. He was a third-team All-American for Kentucky following his junior season in 2018.The Steelers added tight end Zach Gentry from Michigan in the fifth round, a position they needed help in after Jesse James signed with the Detroit Lions. Gentry caught 49 passes for 817 yards and four touchdowns for the Wolverines. Pittsburgh splurged on defense with its three picks in the sixth round, taking linebacker Sutton Smith from Northern Illinois, defensive end Isaiah Buggs from Alabama and linebacker Ulysees Gilbert from Akron. The Steelers finished the draft by selecting offensive tackle Derwin Gray from Maryland.The Steelers split their nine overall picks by taking five defensive players and four offensive players https://www.steelersedgeshop.com/Steelers_Trey_Griffey_Jersey-147.
The Global Partnership’s monitoring framework tracks country-level progress in implementing the four internationally-agreed effective development co-operation principles: (1) country ownership, (2) a focus on results, (3) inclusive partnerships and transparency, and (4) mutual accountability to one another. This year, the GPEDC carries out the Third Monitoring Round. The CPDE, which represents civil society organisations in the GPEDC Steering Committee, mobilises CSOs to engage the monitoring process to ensure accountability of all development actors in their EDC commitments.