The Pittsburgh Steelers welcomed two more prospects to the Steel City on Tuesday, hosting LSU tight end Foster Moreau and Texas defensive lineman Charles Omenihu at team facilities.
The #Steelers pre-draft visitors for April 9: TE Foster Moreau from LSU; DE Charles Omenihu from Texas— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) April 9, 2019
Foster had already been connected with the Steelers after meeting with them at the Senior Bowl, while the pre-draft visit from Omenihu had always been expected after reports emerged of an impending trip to the Steel City following his pro day attended by Kevin Colbert.
The Steelers have now officially used 22 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.
Scouting reports for each player can be found below, along with a highlight video for both prospects.
TE, Foster Moreau, LSU
Scouting report from Kyle Crabbs of The Draft Network.
“LSU TE Foster Moreau presents value for teams who require/prefer additional blockers at the line of scrimmage beyond their starting line. Moreau has an effective feel for pass protection and presents additional upside as a run blocker if he’s able to establish more consistency with his hands at first contact. Moreau is a limited upside receiving prospect who projects best as a potential TE2, should not be considered a viable receiving feature in the long term.”
DE, Charles Omenihu, Texas
“Charles Omenihu projects favorably as a base 4-3 defensive end in an even front. Omenihu has the needed length, power and hand pop to be a stout run defender and modest pass rusher in a starting role, however his hand usage needs to show improvement in accuracy and violence if he is to maximize his tight angled reps against blockers on the edge.”