The Pittsburgh Steelers are closing out the week by hosting three more defensive players for pre draft visits on Friday.
Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby leads the Friday list of visitors. Roby started all thirty-six games he played in at Ohio State, lining up at right cornerback for thirteen games as a freshman and his next twenty-four on the left side. He recorded 179 tackles (132 solos) with an 11-yard sack and 7.5 stops for losses of 42 yards during his career. In addition, Roby deflected 36 passes and returned eight interceptions for 226 yards, and a pair of touchdowns
Boston College linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis is also in on Friday. Pierre-Louis started all forty-four games that he suited up for at Boston College, lining up at weak-side outside linebacker for his first thirty-one contests before concluding his career with thirteen starts on the strong-side.
Arizona State linebacker Carl Bradford rounds out the list. Bradford started the final twenty-eight games of his forty-game career at Arizona State, as he recorded 154 tackles (110 solos) with 21.5 sacks for minus 155 yards, 43.0 stops for losses of 213 yards and six quarterback pressures. Last season, Bradford tied for the team lead with 8.5 sacks for minus 70 yards, ranking eighth in the conference.
Draft visits for @Steelers: Bradley Roby (CB, Ohio State); Kevin Pierre-Louis (LB, Boston College); Carl Bradford (LB, Arizona State)
— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) April 11, 2014