While the NFL world is preparing for the start of the new league year on March 16th, NFL scouting departments have hit the road to get an up-close-and-personal look at prospects.
To see a complete list of Pro Days, check the article below:
While news from Pro Days has been slim, mainly due to the major news from around the league leading up to free agency, here is what we know about where the Pittsburgh Steelers scouting department has been visiting.
Most recently, the Steelers were spotted at the Arkansas State pro day on March 10th. Here is the report, and several prospects who were drawing attention during the workouts.
9 working out at @AStateFB Pro Day today.— Logan Whaley (@LoganWhaleyKAIT) March 10, 2022
LB Caleb Bonner
WR Dahu Green
OL Ivory Scott
KR/PR Alan Lamar
LB Joe Ozougwu
LB Jeffmario Brown
S Elery Alexander
OL Nour-Eddine Seidnaly
DE Kailon Davis
Teams I’ve seen:#Packers#Lions#Commanders#Jaguars#Jets#Chargers#Steelers pic.twitter.com/pHHMa2Gmy0
To be honest, there is a very good chance the Steelers have had scouts at numerous pro days, and they just aren’t being reported. The college scouting department is currently spread across the country at various workouts to test and watch prospects leading up to the draft.
As has been stated before, what is important to note is if the Steelers send their brass, Mike Tomlin and/or Kevin Colbert, to a pro day. When that happens, keep your eye out for prospects at that workout considering there is a higher likelihood the team is looking to potentially pick them in the draft.
According to reports, the Steelers’ brass, Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin, have not been in attendance at any pro days. This is likely due to the front office preparing for free agency and trying to improve the roster in that regard. Also, there haven’t been any big name schools who have hosted their pro days yet.
Be sure to keep tabs on all things Steelers leading up to the draft with our Pre-Draft Visit Tracker below:
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