The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly meeting virtually with Auburn wide receiver Anthony Schwartz, according to The Draft Network’s Justin Melo.
Pittsburgh is one of eight teams, including the Patriots, Seahawks, Jets, Chargers, Colts and Titans, to have reportedly met or are set to meet with Schwartz.
#Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz has the deep speed (former track star) to take the top off the defense. A versatile WR that can play both inside/outside.— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) February 28, 2021
He has met/will meet virtually with the #Patriots, #Seahawks, #Steelers, #Jets, #Chargers, #Colts, #Saints and #Titans.
Schwartz was a dynamic playmaker over his three seasons with the Tigers. Not only did he have success as a big-play receiver, but Auburn utilized him in the run game quite often.
Schwartz caught 117 career passes for 1,433 yards and six touchdowns at Auburn, while also rushing for 323 yards and seven more scores.
A bonafide deep threat, Schwartz is expected to be one of the fastest burners in this year’s class of receivers. He also ran track at Auburn, and owns a career-best 10.07 in the 100 meters.
The 2021 NFL Draft kicks off Thursday, April 29 in Cleveland.