Steelers 2013 Pre Draft Visits

The Pittsburgh Steelers have now started to bring 2013 draft prospects in for pre draft visits as of Monday. NFL teams are allowed to host 30 non local prospects prior to the draft. As we do every year, below is a running list of players we have confirmed have been scheduled for visits as of April 1. We will use this as our official Steelers pre draft visit list much like we did last season with the Steelers 2012 pre draft visits and will update this list as the visits happen or more are announced along with links to the post that will include stats and videos. Make sure to bookmark this page.

OLB John Simon – Ohio State – April 1

RB Christine Michael – Texas A&M – April 1

ILB Vince Williams – Florida State – April 1

OLB Jarvis Jones – Georgia – April 2

OLB Jamie Collins – Southern Mississippi – April 2

LB Khaseem Greene – Rutgers- April 2

S Jonathan Meeks – Clemson- April 2

S Phillip Thomas – Fresno State- April 2

ILB Michael Mauti – Penn State – April 3

OLB Malliciah Goodman – Clemson – April 3

WR Josh Boyce – Texas Christian – April 4

RB Johnathan Franklin – UCLA – April 4

S Shamarko Thomas – Syracuse – April 8

CB Will Davis – Utah State – April 8

G Nic Embernate – San Diego State – April 8

CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson – Conneticut – April 9

CB Xavier Rhodes – FSU – April 9

LB Sio Moore – Conneticut – April 11

CB Tharold Simon – LSU – TBA

CB B.W. Webb – William & Mary – TBA

S Duke Williams – Nevada – TBA

RB Eddie Lacy – Alabama – April 13

WR Justin Brown Oklahoma – April 15

WR Tavarres King – Georgia – April 16

CB Terry Hawthorne – Illinois – TBA

  • dennisdoubleday

    Interesting, from the 2012 list, they only drafted 4 of the 30, and all but Mike Adams were 7th rounders (Clemons, Paulson, Beachum).

  • steeltown

    John Simon.. you mentioned him in your mock Bryan, good call

    I like C.Michael,.. he is not being talked about much

  • $19122620

    I like Michael too.

  • dave

    This is always a good source of information. You can count on 3,4,5 of these guys ending up on the roster, not just as draft picks but as undrafted players too.

    2010 – Pouncey, Emmanuel Sanders, Antonio Brown
    2011 – Marcus Gilbert, Curtis Brown, Cortez Allen, Weslye Sanders, Keith Williams, Corbin Bryant, Anthony Gray

  • 2011 was not a banner year.

  • Michael looks like one of the best running backs in this class, but with his off the field issues, and the failed Chris Rainey pick, he will really have to prove he has changed his ways.

  • Lamarr56

    I heard they brought in Arther Brown, I could be wrong though.

  • The Fighting Ingies

    With all the visits that Colbert, Tomlin, company have made for the Combine and Pro-days, these visits that they bring in should be real interesting to try to read into.
    C Michael has his documented issues. V Williams could be a medical since he reportedly was slowed with a cracked tibia last spring – both of these guys flashed in the all-star bowl games. Finally J Simon is looking like a position switch from DE to OLB
    I would expect many of the remaining visits to fit in these categories

  • SteelSpine

    The needed stats a poster Dennisdoubleday provided above to give needed balance to the topic, tells you how much to read into who they bring in.

    I think altho part of interview is to try to determine mental compatability, I’ve heard part of interviews is to ask the player which other NFL teams expressed interest, to help team guess how late in draft can wait to draft the guy. Also, remember who they bring in is only who the team wants all teams to know are bringing in, tho I think using it to make a red herring is unlikely. Also I’ve read interviewers glean info from the interviewee about his teammates, & a reason the team does that is to get info about teammate as under-the-radar instead of that team announcing interest in that teammate. All this might sound nuts but remember the draft is all about waiting as late as you can to draft who you want, so ya can use earlier picks for other/priority needs.

    Also most draft-eligible players go to any of many “draft preparation camps”, since higher you get drafted will be higher pay. Those pre-draft prep camps are everywhere now. There, prospects not only learn how to get a faster 40 time but learn how to answer questions in interviews. In those camps the prospects learn how to answer questions likely to be asked by NFL teams in pre-draft interviews, to get drafted as high as possible.

  • TsarPepe

    I really doubt an NFL team is looking very closely at who the other teams are bringing in for pre-draft visits. That’s 30 teams by 30 players: 900 pieces of info is a lot to keep in mind.

  • steeltown

    What were the off field issues? I know he got in some ‘twitter trouble’ at one point

  • steeltown

    I hope so

  • SCSteeler

    I’m excited about this list so far! Really starting to like Phillip Thomas! What round do you guys see him getting drafted? And do you guys see Kaseem Greene as an OLB or ILB for us?

  • From —->Had a tough senior campaign and did not see eye-to-eye with new Head Coach Kevin
    Sumlin. Suspended for the SMU game for violating team rules. Also was ejected
    from the Sam Houston State game for throwing a punch in the second quarter.
    Slept through two meeting with scouts at the NFL combine.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    Man i am completely happy with all of the players we brought in.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    and if were going to take chances on running back i’d rather it be M. Lattimore.