On Tuesday, Pittsburgh defensive lineman Aaron Donald joined analyst Daniel Jeremiah and Curtis Conway in the NFL Network studios to discuss his sensational 2013 season and upcoming visits.
Donald, who considers himself a “well-rounded football player”, said he’s already had a pre draft visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
“I met with the Steelers just to meet with them,” said Donald. “I got a meeting with the Rams coming up and with the Cowboys. So them teams, it’s just more of going to see the facility and getting to talk to the GM and him get to know me a little better.”
Even though he’s not really a fit on defense, Donald’s visit with the Steelers is not surprising and he will not count against the Steelers as being one of their outside 30 pre draft visitors they are allowed. Teams are allowed to host as many local players as they want during the pre draft visit process.
In 13 games last season, Donald registered 28.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. A strong showing at the Senior Bowl has now resulted in him possibly being drafted in the top-ten come May.