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Pittsburgh Steelers pre-draft visits are underway with 2 QBs and 2 WRs

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have started their official pre-draft visits, and they are starting with a pair of quarterbacks and a pair of wide receivers.

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It has begun.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have begun their official 2017 NFL Draft pre-draft visits, and they started with two quarterbacks and two wide receivers who were in the Steel City Monday for workouts.

The official visitors were QB Josh Dobbs from Tennessee, QB Patrick Mahomes from Texas Tech, WR Kenny Golladay from Northern Illinois and WR Joshua Reynolds from Texas A&M.

As mentioned earlier, the Steelers are allowed 30 pre-draft visits leading up to the draft, and there are some exceptions for players whose colleges reside within a certain radius from the team’s headquarters. In the Steelers’ case, schools like the University of Pittsburgh and Penn State usually fall within those guidelines.

We will be keeping a running tally of players, positions and totals to give fans a better glimpse of what positions, and players, the Steelers are targeting as they gear up for the 2017 NFL Draft in just a few weeks.

You can see who the Steelers have met with at All-Star games, as well as at the NFL Scouting Combine with our BTSC pre-draft visit tracker.