With the 2015 NFL Draft mere days away, the Pittsburgh Steelers have wrapped up their pre-draft visits this offseason. NFL rules allow each organization to host up to 30 pre-draft visits, and all visits must be done by April 22nd. With the Steelers hosting four players Wednesday, it moved their final total to 29 players visiting the team's South Side facility. Take a look at the breakdown of all pre-draft visits by position, per Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Does draft visitor list tell anything i/r/t what Steelers lookin for? 9 CBs 7 edge rushers 5 TEs 4 WRs 1 DT 1 G 1 QB 1 S 0 OT,RB, pure ILB,C— Chris Adamski (@C_AdamskiTrib) April 22, 2015
As you can see there is no hiding the fact the Steelers realize they need to add depth to their secondary, outside linebacker and even tight end and receiver. Most experts view this upcoming draft as very deep for cornerback and pass rusher, but not as deep for positions like tight end and safety.
The Steelers will select No. 22 in the first round of the draft on April 30th. The team isn't in a position to be able to select the player they want, but will most likely hold tight at 22nd and take the best player available when they select. The team could trade the pick, but history shows us the odds of that happening are slim.
For a complete list of combine workouts, combine interviews, pro day visits, dinner dates and pre-draft visits can be found on the BTSC Pre-Draft Visits Tracker.