The second day of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 rookie minicamp will take place on Saturday and the team has announced that three more players are being added to the roster ahead of practice.
According to the Steelers, wide receiver Jesse Zubik, safety Malik Duncan and safety Ross Douglas are the three new tryout players who have been added to the team’s rookie minicamp roster.
Zubic, a Washington & Jefferson College product, reportedly measured in at the National Scouting Combine this year at 5087, 167-pounds. His college bio states that he caught 291 passes for 4,756 yards and 54 touchdowns in 44 games played in. He also returned 16 kickoffs during the 2014 season for 335 yards.
As for Duncan, a Saint Francis University product, he reportedly measured in at 5086, 190 pounds at his college pro day. He registered 147 total tackles in addition to 7 interceptions and 28 total pass breakups in the 44 career college games that he played in. Hes a position versatile defensive back.
The third player added on a tryout basis, Douglas, a Rutgers product via Michigan, reportedly measured in at his 2018 pro day at 5090, 192-pounds. the converted running back registered 42 total tackles in 2018 in addition to 4 pass breakups. His college bio states that he played at safety and strong-side linebacker in his two seasons at Rutgers.