Adding two more names to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ interview list at the Combine. QB Patrick Mahomes and WR Josh Reynolds confirmed they met with the team at Indy, per Inside the Pylon and Depot alum Jon Ledyard.
It’s no surprise to see either of these players connected to the Steelers and to be clear, most players talk with everyone. Each team gets 60 interviews, not even counting all the informal visits that go on. Mahomes has that Ben Roethlisberger backyard style and some have theorized the team could grab him at 30th as Ben’s eventual replacement.
He threw for 41 touchdowns and completed 65.7% of his throws in 2016 for Texas Tech.
Reynolds is someone we mentioned as being an excellent fit with the team. He’s raw and has to become a more consistent player but has the height and big play ability the Steelers look for. Reynolds averaged 17 yards per catch in three years at A&M.
Check out the scouting reports we’ve written on each prospect.