Just a few days after being released by the Pittsburgh Steelers, wide receiver Isaiah McKoy has already drawn other NFL interest.
The rookie wide receiver from Kent State, one of the Steelers’ first five cuts of the 2021 season on Tuesday, had a workout on Friday with the Indianapolis Colts, according to the NFL transactions page.
McKoy was one of four players to visit Indianapolis, along with defensive backs D.J. Daniels and Stanford Samuels and wide receiver Josh Pearson.
McKoy, 21, was released on Tuesday. He signed with the team as an undrafted free agent out of Kent State on May 1. He was targeted six times in two preseason games, making two catches for four yards. He also returned one punt for a seven-yard loss and recovered a fumble.
McKoy started all three seasons at Kent State before coming out as a true junior. McKoy played a total of 24 games, with the Flashes getting in just four in a COVID-19-shortened 2020 season.
McKoy’s best collegiate season was as a junior in 2019, when he hauled in 56 passes for 872 yards and eight touchdowns. He finished his college career with 123 catches for 1,750 yards and 16 scores. He was a two-time All-MAC selection.