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Steelers’ coaching staff continues visiting Pro Days leading up to the 2021 NFL Draft

With no Scouting Combine, the Steelers’ scouts and coaches are hot on the Pro Day trail.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers’ coaching staff is hot on the Pro Day trail. Without an NFL Scouting Combine in 2021, due to concerns over COVID-19, all NFL coaching staffs and scouting departments have been tasked with going to as many Pro Days as possible to get their own up-close-and-personal look at these prospects about to become professionals.

After the Steelers’ front office brass were at Clemson’s Pro Day, the rest of the scouting department was out and about in different locations.

Here are a few of the locations where the Steelers’ staff were Friday:

Oklahoma University Pro Day

North Dakota State

Arkansas State

When it comes to the prospects which were being closely watched at these Pro Days, you can make assumptions as to what position, or prospects, were on the Steelers’ radar.

For instance, offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was the representative at the North Dakota State Pro Day, meaning the team was looking closely at the offensive line, mainly Dillon Radunz. The same type of conclusions could occur at each location.

As more information comes out from these Pro Days, mainly testing times, etc. be sure to stay tuned to BTSC. As the Steelers prepare for the new league year, NFL Free Agency and the 2021 NFL Draft, BTSC should be your one stop shop for all things Steelers.