The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced their first wave of pre-draft visitors and they include two quarterbacks. Hold onto your butts, people.
Ray Fittipaldo tweeted out the news of the four players: QBs Josh Dobbs and Patrick Mahomes, and WRs Josh Reynolds and Kenny Golladay.
Steelers predraft visitors today: QB Josh Dobbs, WR Kenny Golladay, WR Joshua Reynolds and QB Patrick Mahomes.
— Ray Fittipaldo (@rayfitt1) April 3, 2017
Mahomes is regarded as one of the highest ceiling QBs in this year’s class, possessing a huge arm with great production in Texas Tech’s spread offense. Dobbs is regarded as a high character guy with a great mind, he was an aerospace engineering major at Tennessee and though erratic, has potential. The Steelers were at Tennessee’s Pro Day and clearly wanted a better look at him.
Reynolds and Golladay are tall receivers with big-play ability. Reynolds has inconsistent but has build-up speed and is able to make high degree of difficulty catches. Golladay had 87 catches for over 1100 yards in his senior season for Northern Illinois.
Here are our scouting reports on each player, minus Golladay, who we will write about before the draft.
The Steelers now have 11 reported or confirmed draft visits of their allotted 30.