2015 Draft

Steelers Have Pre Draft Visit Scheduled With Texas A&M TE Cameron Clear

Now that the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine is behind us and the Pro Days are underway, the Pittsburgh Steelers are starting to line up their pre draft visitors. On Tuesday, we learned that the Steelers would be meeting with Pittsburgh tackle T.J. Clemmings and now we know about another draft hopeful that has a visit scheduled.

According to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas A&M tight end Cameron Clear has a pre draft visit scheduled for April 13 with the Steelers.

Clear, who measured in at the combine at just over 6’5″ and weighed 277 pounds, caught just five passes 34 yards last season. He caught four passes for 42 yards and a touchdown in 2013.

Clear was dismissed from Tennessee as a sophomore in 2012 following him being arrested on a theft charge after he was caught with a stolen laptop that belonged to a Tennessee baseball player. He is regarded as a good run blocker that can also function as an extra tackle in pass protection.

The Steelers are allowed to bring in 30 players from outside of the area for pre draft visits.

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