The Pittsburgh Steelers will hold their annual rookie minicamp this coming weekend and according to Adam Jude of the Seattle Times, Washington tackle Micah Hatchie will be taking part in it after signing a three-year deal with the team on Tuesday.
Hatchie, a three-year starter at left tackle for Washington, measures in at 6-feet-5, 306 pounds. He started a total of 40 games during his college career.
Hatchie earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 last season and served as a team captain for the game against Hawaii.
At his April pro-day, Hatchie ran a 5.44 second 40-yard-dash and did 28 reps on the bench. He posted a 31-inch vertical jump to go along with an 8’09” broad jump.
The Steelers will more than likely have to release a player to make room for Hatchie and that transaction will likely be known later in the day.
The Steelers previously announced the signings of five other undrafted offensive lineman as Penn State’s Miles Dieffenbach, Auburn’s Reese Dismukes, Kansas State’s B.J. Finney, Indiana’s Collin Rahrig and Utah State’s Kevin Whimpey were also signed to three-year rookie contracts.