The Pittsburgh Steelers hosted a few more players for pre-draft visits on Wednesday and included in the duo were San Jose State tight end Josh Oliver and LSU guard Garrett Brumfield, according to Bob Labriola of steelers.com.
Pre-draft visitors for the #Steelers on April 10: G Garrett Brumfield from LSU; TE Josh Oliver from San Jose State
— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) April 10, 2019
Oliver, who measured in at this year’s scouting combine at 6045, 249-pounds with 33 1/2-inch arms and 10 3/4-inch hands, ran his 40-yard-dash in Indianapolis in 4.63-seconds. He did 22 reps on the bench at the combine and posted a vertical jump of 34-inches to go along with a 9’9″ broad jump. His short-shuttle time at the combine was 4.47-seconds and his 3-cone time was 7.21-seconds.
In the 48 games that Oliver played at San Jose State, he registered 98 receptions for 1,067 yards and 7 touchdowns. 26 of those receptions resulted in gains of 15 yards or more while 5 of those went for gains of 25 yards or more. He is expected to be a mid-round draft selection this year.
Brumfield measured in at his pro day at 6025, 289-pounds with 33-inch arms and 9 3/4-inch hands. He reportedly ran his 40-yard-dash in 5.11-seconds, did 24 reps on the bench and posted a vertical jump of 33-inches to go along with a broad jump of 9’4″. His short-shuttle time was 4.49-seconds while his 3-cone time was 7.59-seconds.
At LSU, Brumfield played in 45 total games and had 22 starts at left guard. He missed several games during the 2018 season because of a knee injury. If drafted this year, Brumfield will likely hear his name called in round 6 or 7.