The Pittsburgh Steelers are showing interest in another Ohio State Buckeye. I hope you were sitting down for that.
Though the specifics are unclear, Rand Getlin says the Steelers have met with safety Vonn Bell in some fashion.
— Rand Getlin (@RandGetlin) April 6, 2016
Bell does not appear to be one of the four prospects reported to visit the team today, though it obviously doesn’t mean there can’t be a visit scheduled for the future.
A 28 game starter, Bell recorded 65 tackles, 2 interceptions, and a recovered fumble in 2015. His best year came in 2014 where he picked off six passes in 15 games. He was a First-Team All-American this season. Unable to work out at the Combine, he turned in a 4.51 40 and a 30.5 inch vertical at Ohio State’s Pro Day, according to NFL.com.
He is viewed as NFL Draft Scout’s #1 overall safety and projected to be a second round pick. Pittsburgh has taken a Buckeye in five of the last six drafts.