Figured we may as well do another "dump thread" for all of these.
So far I've only found one instance of a report that definitively had the Steelers on hand for a pro day....UAB's, of all places. I'm assuming it was for this guy:
I'm taking that as yet another instance that should remove any remaining doubts, if there were any left, about the Steelers shifting to a full blown ZBS. Just about every OL they've been tied to in this draft class is of the athletic/mobile variety as opposed to the in-line/mauler variety. Willie Colon should probably put his house on the market now. Come June 5, I expect he's going to be on the outside looking in.Chris Hubbard, OT: Measuring 6034/290lbs, the athletic blocker ran the forty in the upper 4.8ís and posted 21 reps on the bench. Those on hand told us Hubbard looked terrific in drills. He easily moved about the field and looked smooth and natural in all the exercises. Many in the scouting community feel Hubbard was a combine snub and the college tackle will get considerations in the late rounds by a zone blocking offense looking for a guard.
Steelers and Texans were also "showing a lot of interest when LB Marvin Burdette worked out." Sounds as if he's a ILB/ST type flier. Pulled a quad, but ran a 4.7 anyway and gutted out the drills.
As to other player/Pro Days that Pittsburgh may/may not have been at, but could certainly be interested in....
Clemson: DeAndre Hopkins had a strong performance to back up his combine. Was hand-timed by some scouts in the low 4.4s, but was given an official 4.52 by whomever "the official" was. Pass catching drills were reported as "dazzling", by Tony Pauline.
Wisconsin: Monty Ball reportedly "didn't do anything to stand out" at Wisconsin's PD. Steelers have been linked to him pretty heavily the past few weeks.
Ark-PB: OL Terron Armstead, another uber-athletic type, had a strong showing at his PD, on a trash field to boot. Improved on his agility stuff from the combine. Reports were that there were 15 NFL teams in attendence, the most ever at an Ark-PB pro day.