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Steelers Draft Prospects: College Game Day and Open Thread

Another week of College football mean another chance to look at potential pro prospects.

NCAA Football: Austin Peay at Georgia Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to week two of the college football season. There are a few Top 25 match ups, and an in-state battle some yinzers may have interest in. This will mark the 98th meeting between Pitt and Penn State, with Penn State holding a 51 to 43 advantage over Pitt. The meeting has ended in a tie 4 times.

  • No. 3 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina 3:30 on CBS
  • No. 17 USC at No. 10 Stanford 8:30 on Fox
  • No. 2 Clemson at Texas A&M 7:00 on ESPN
  • No. 13 Penn State at Pitt 8:00 on ABC

Taking a look at the weekly college schedule in an effort to give you your money’s worth for possible draft picks in the 2019 season. In other words, what games give you the best chance to check out the most draft-able players. I will attempt to give you something different each week but some teams will more than likely appear a few times and rightfully so.

This weeks highlight game:

No. 17 USC at No. 10 Stanford 8:30 on FOX

USC

Tyler Petite #82 TE 6’4” 250lbs

Porter Gustin #45 Edge 6’5” 260lbs

Christian Rector #89 D-line 6’4” 275lbs

Cameron Smith #35 ILB 6’2” 250

Marvell Tell III #7 Safety 6’2” 195lbs

Iman Marshall #8 CB 6’1” 205lbs

Stanford

Jesse Burkett #73 C 6’4” 300lbs

Nate Herbig #63 G 6’4” 334lbs

Brandon Fanaika #71 G 6’3” 315lbs

A.T. Hall #75 T 6’5” 295lbs

Kaden Smith #82 6’5” 252lbs

Bryce Love #20 RB 5’10’” 202lbs

Trenton Irwin #2 WR 6’2’ 204lbs

Alijah Holder #13 CB 6’2” 188lbs

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Use the comment section to tell us what game and what players you have your eyes on, and who you would love to see as a member of the Steelers next year!