The University of Pittsburgh held there Pro Day on Tuesday and as you can imagine, there were plenty of Pittsburgh Steelers personnel on hand to observe it.
According to Scott Brown of ESPN.com, Steelers coaches Keith Butler, John Mitchell, Richard Mann, Randy Fichtner, Jerry Olsavsky, Joey Porter, James Saxon and Mike Munchak were all present and accounted for Tuesday. Scouts Brandon Hunt and Phil Kreidler were also in attendance, according to Brown.
Pittsburgh tackle T.J. Clemmings is a player that will likely go in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft and there’s an outside chance that he could still be on the board when the Steelers are on the clock with the 22nd overall selection. Clemmings has a lot of potential, but still has a ways to go when it comes to his development. He more than likely will be a right tackle at the NFL level.
Clemmings, as well as several other Pittsburgh players, will meet with the Steelers on Wednesday as the team can host local players for visits without them counting against the 30 they are allowed prior to the draft.
Pittsburgh guard Matt Rotheram, safety Ray Vinopal and wide receiver Manasseh Garner are three players that should go undrafted.