The NFL Scouting Combine may have only just concluded on Monday, but there will be no rest for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the coming weeks with the start of the College Pro Day season already upon us.
With so many happening at the same time, Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert will only be able to attend a fraction of these events being held around the country, but it should be expected that the Steelers will have at least one representative at most of them. Tomlin and Colbert will be seen at many of the more notable pro days for colleges like Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama and should also be spotted on the sidelines at some of the smaller schools featuring highly-ranked prospects of interest to Pittsburgh who are expected to go in the early rounds.
Purdue and Miami (Ohio) were the first two colleges to host their pro day event this year on Tuesday, but the majority of schools will not be opening their doors to the NFL until next week, with the busiest stretch on the schedule still three weeks away.
The 2019 College Pro Day schedule as per NFL.com
We will do our best to track which pro days Steelers’ staff members attend over the next month and will highlight any players they meet with when the news becomes available.