The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to meet with any number of college prospects at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine, and as more players arrive in Indianapolis, the list of those who meet with the Steelers’ brass continues to grow.
While not all prospects disclose which teams they’ve met with, and it’s nearly impossible to track down every single meeting the Steelers have held while in Indianapolis, we here at BTSC do the best we can to stay on top of the news and keep fans informed.
The last group of athletes was mainly tight ends, but the latest crop of prospects was what most fans are looking to see — defenders.
Check out who the Steelers reportedly met with on Saturday:
(Information courtesy of Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Jon Ledyard of Scout.com.
Boise State LB — Leighton Vander Esch
No surprise: Leighton Vander Esch has met with the Steelers at the combine. Raves about the meeting and the treatment he got from coaches.— Joe Rutter (@tribjoerutter) March 3, 2018
Alabama LB — Shaun Dion Hamilton
Shaun Dion Hamilton has a formal meeting with the Steelers tonight— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) March 3, 2018
Texas LB — Malik Jefferson
Malik Jefferson has an informal meeting with the Steelers tonight— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) March 3, 2018
Stanford LB — Harrison Phillips
Stanford’s Harrison Phillips said he has a formal interview with the Steelers set up for Saturday night.— Joe Rutter (@tribjoerutter) March 3, 2018
Alabama LB — Rashaan Evans
Rashaan Evans will meet with the #Steelers tonight for a formal interview— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) March 3, 2018
Alabama DL — Da’Ron Payne
Alabama defensive lineman Da’Ron Payne, who played for d-line coach Karl Dunbar, said he had a formal meeting with the Steelers #NFLCombine— Joe Rutter (@tribjoerutter) March 3, 2018
Stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news from the combine, and be sure to check out our pre-draft visit tracker which will launch on Sunday morning for your one-stop shop to see who’s been listed as meeting with the Steelers throughout the lead-up to the 2018 NFL Draft.