Ohio University held their annual pro day on Wednesday and according to Andrew Gillis, who covers the program for the school’s newspaper, the Pittsburgh Steelers were one of three teams who had representation at the event.
FOOTBALL | 3 teams are represented at Ohio's Pro Day. The New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
— Andrew Gillis (@Andrew_Gillis70) March 23, 2016
While we don’t know who was there from the Steelers in addition to who they were looking at, CBS Sports has cornerback Ian Wells, center Lucas Powell and cornerback Devin Bass as their top players from that program. All three, however, figure to go undrafted this year.
Running back Daz’mond Patterson, linebacker Jovon Johnson and quarterback Derrius Vick are three other Ohio players that apparently participated in Wednesday’s pro day well.
Steelers starting safety Mike Mitchell played his college football at Ohio prior to him being drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft.