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Steelers Draft Prospects: College Game Day and Open Thread

Time to check in on some NCAA football action!

Clemson v Georgia Tech Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images

It’s Week 5 in the college football season and there are some interesting matchups which could shape the landscape for this year’s college playoff picture. During the games, we take a look at players who could become prospects for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Taking a look at players, and positions, which could be of importance for the Steelers in years to come.

Lets take a look at these games:

No. 12 West Virginia (-4) at No. 25 Texas Tech Noon, ESPN2

No. 4 Ohio State (-4) at No. 9 Penn State 7:30 p.m., ABC

No. 7 Stanford at No. 8 Notre Dame (-5.5) 7:30 p.m., NBC

No. 20 BYU at No. 11 Washington (-17.5) 7:30 p.m., FOX

No. 19 Oregon (-3) at No. 24 Cal 10:30 p.m., FS1

Just throwing this out there as an upset possibility and it’s this week’s draft-highlight game:

Syracuse at No. 3 Clemson (-22) Noon, ABC

Clemson Tigers:

Sean Pollard #76 OL 6’5” 316

Mitch Hyatt #75 OL 6’5” 310

Hunter Renfrow #13 WR 5’10” 185

Clelin Ferrell #99 Edge 6’4” 265

Austin Bryant #7 DE 6’6” 280

Dexter Lawrence #90 6’4” 350

Christian Wilkins #42 DT 6’4” 315

Kendall Joseph #34 ILB 6’ 235

Tre Lamar #57 ILB 6’4” 255

Mark Fields #2 CB 5’10” 180

Trayvon Mullen #1 CB 6’1” 195

Tanner Muse #19 S 6’1” 230

Syracuse Orange:

Koda Martin #78 OT 6’6” 304

Chris Slayton #95 DT 6’4” 304

Eric Dungey #2 QB 6’4” 226

Cody Conway #60 OL 6’6” 296

Ravien Pierce #6 TE 6’3” 244

Join in on the conversation and tell us what game(s) and which player(s) you’re watching.