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Steelers Pro Day attendance and scheduled Visits Update

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As of April 1, 2015, the Pittsburgh Steelers have continued to be busy scouting potential draft picks and prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft.  They also have several players who have scheduled visits, workouts or both.  This is an update of players who have been targeted by the Steelers this offseason.

Every NFL team is allowed to host 30 players before the draft.

Scheduled for visit

  • Randy Gregory – DL (Nebraska)
  • Kyle Emanuel – LB (North Dakota State)
  • J. Clemmings – T (Pitt)
  • Cameron Clear – TE (Texas A&M)
  • DeVante Parker – WR (Louisville)*
  • Shane Ray – DE/OLB (Missouri)**

(Note:  * denotes a workout will take place, ** denotes that the player was visited at a Pro Day and has been invited to visit the team facilities)

Steelers Pro Day Visits

  • Michigan State (Trae Waynes – CB)
  • Michigan (Devin Garner – QB/WR)
  • CSU Pueblo (Darius Allen – DE, C.J. Roberts – CB)
  • Auburn
  • Penn State
  • Missouri
  • Kentucky (Bud Dupree)
  • Wake Forest
  • Clemson
  • Tennessee
  • Fresno State (sent scout Chidi Iwuoma)
  • Duke (sent scout Shaun Sarrett)
  • Central Florida


  1. DrGeorge

    April 2, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    Over at the Post-Gazette, Ed Bouchette listed 13 players the Steelers could take with their first round pick. Twelve of them were on defense. Too bad we can’t take all of them.

  2. Berdj Joseph Rassam

    April 3, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    The Steelers pass defense was among the worst in the NFL last season, so I’d focus on improving that part of the team’s talent pool.

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