The personality match with Pittsburgh is perfect. The Steelers have been looking for a replacement for Ryan Shazier since he suffered a spinal injury in 2017. The defense has been looking for that blend of speed and nastiness in the middle of the field — the kind the unit has identified with since the 1970s. SN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Live pick tracker | Day 1 winners & losers | Day 2 mock draftConsider Bush a lighter version of Larry Foote. Bush can fill against the run (5-11, 180 pounds). He can drop in pass coverage, and that will help a unit that allowed 11.2 yards per catch to tight ends last season. He can spy on quarterbacks – which is a savvy move within the division given mobile quarterbacks such as Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson and Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield.Bush will allow defensive coordinator Keith Butler to be creative with the linebackers, especially in packages with T.J. Watt — who has averaged 10 sacks over the past two seasons. It was also a bit of gamesmanship with Pittsburgh’s other rival within the division. Cincinnati had the No. 11 pick in the draft, and Bush was among the popular mock picks for the Bengals. Pittsburgh swooped in and grabbed a linebacker who can reshape a defense that needed to get better this offseason. It’s a defense that needed a little more edge, too. Bush is the same linebacker who defaced the Michigan State logo then led a defense that allowed 94 total yards in a victory later that afternoon. He’s built to play in AFC North rivalries — and given the Bengals and Browns are in Ohio State country it’s not just another Steelers heel. MORE: Follow the Steelers’ draft, full list of selectionsHe should be good at that, too. Did Pittsburgh give up too much? The Broncos got the Steelers’ first- and second-round pick in this draft and a third-round pick in 2020. Bush will have to live up to the billing, and given he is the fifth first-round Steelers linebacker this decade along with Jarvis Jones (2013), Shazier (2014), Bud Dupree (2015) and Watt (2017) the expectations will be high given the top-10 price. Bush should live up to those expectations, too. The Steelers went bold with Bush, and it will be beautiful to watch for the years to come. The Steelers made the first bold trade of the 2019 NFL Draft by trading up with Denver for the No. 10 pick and got exactly what they needed to give some personality back to “Blitzburgh”: Michigan linebacker Devin Bush.Bush has all of that as one of the most-complete linebackers in this draft. Bush had 18 tackles for loss, 10 sacks and 11 pass breakups and was an aggressive hard-hitting linebacker for the Wolverines — one who was not afraid to show his own personal style with his draft-day attire.