Martavis Bryant drafted by Pittsburgh in fourth round

Clemson WR Martavis Bryant holds his 9-month-old daughter, London, at Memorial Stadium after the Tigers' spring game in April.

CLEMSON - Martavis Bryant will join the Pittsburgh Steelers as a fourth-round selection Saturday, a potential replacement for Emmanuel Sanders and target for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Bryant was the 19th receiver drafted, and 118th player overall. With 61 career catches in three years, it's possible the junior out of Clemson was a bit of an unknown to pro scouts, though his 6-3 frame and combination of size and speed could be an asset to the Steelers.

A previous story on Bryant's journey to the draft is here.