The Pittsburgh Steelers are slowly winding down their 30 allotted pre-draft visitors and on Wednesday the team hosted four more players and they are Minnesota cornerback Jalen Myrick, West Virginia cornerback Rasul Douglas, Tennessee tight end Jason Croom and Western Michigan edge-rusher Keion Adams, according to Bob Labriola of steelers.com.
Myrick, who measured in at this year’s scouting combine at 5095, 200-pounds, posted the second-fastest 40-yard-dash time (4.28 seconds) while in Indianapolis in addition to registering a 37 1/2-inch vertical jump and a 10’04” broad jump. In the 47 games that he played in at Minnesota that included 21 starts, Myrick recorded 93 total tackles, five interceptions and 26 total pass breakups. He’s expected to be selected somewhere during the middle of this year’s draft.
Douglas, who measured in at the combine at 6015 209-pounds, ran his 40-yard-dash in 4.59 seconds. The Nassau Community College transfer recorded 9 interceptions and 18 total pass breakups in the two seasons that he played at West Virginia that consisted of 24 games and 12 starts. Steelers defensive backs coach Carnell Lake worked Douglas out during his pro-day.
Croom, who reportedly measures in at 6040, 246-pounds, caught 60 passes for 816 yards and six touchdowns during his three seasons at Tennessee. He’s expected to go undrafted later this month.
Adams, who like Croom wasn’t invited to this year’s scouting combine, measures in at 6020, 247-pounds. He recorded 126 total tacks and 14.5 sacks in the 51 games that he played in at Western Michigan that included 29 starts. He’s also likely to go undrafted later this month.