The Pittsburgh Steelers hosted only one pre-draft visitor to team facilities on Tuesday, welcoming Valdosta State defensive back to the Steel City to meet with the coaching staff.
The lone visitor for the Steelers on Tuesday is defensive back Stephen Denmark (Valdosta State). The team has only one official visit remaining.— Joe Rutter (@tribjoerutter) April 16, 2019
Measuring in at just over 6-foot-2 and 220 at his pro day, Denmark has the size that NFL teams are sure to covet, but coming from a Division II program is sure to hurt his stock around the league. That being said, his athleticism is hard to ignore.
Stephen Denmark posted a Elite #RAS with Elite size, Good speed, Elite explosiveness, Poor agility, at the CB position. pic.twitter.com/j0j7RqsdDR— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) April 5, 2019
A former wide receiver converted to cornerback, it seems fair to assume that the young prospect still has much to learn about playing in the secondary. He recorded 55 tackles and three interceptions during his final season at college. Generally seen as a late round prospect or priority free agent signing, his size and potential should encourage someone to take a chance on him in Round 7.
The Steelers have now officially used 29 of their 30 allocated visits, with Dravon Askew-Henry, David Long and Miles Sanders all considered local visitors who do not count against their allowance.
Header image of Stephen Denmark comes courtesy of Valdosta State Football.