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2023 NFL Draft

Final List of Steelers 2023 Pre-Draft Visitors



Steelers Draft TCU Guard Steve Avila

The Pittsburgh Steelers completed their top-30 pre-draft visits on Wednesday for the 2023 NFL Draft, as the club actually hosted 32 players, with two counting as local visitors, Penn State cornerback Joey Porter Jr. and West Virginia wide receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton.

The 32 players were divided with 16 on offense and 16 on defense. There were two quarterbacks, one tight end, five wide receivers, three tackles, five interior offensive linemen, four defensive linemen, four edge rushers, six cornerbacks and two safeties.


Clayton Tune, Houston

Jared Hall, BYU

Running Back: 


Wide Receiver: 

Jonathan Mingo, Ole Miss

Charlie Jones, Purdue

Jayden Reed, Michigan State

Cedric Tillman, Tennessee

Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia

Tight End:

Darnell Washington, Georgia

Offensive Tackle: 

Anton Harrison, Oklahoma

Darnell Wright, Tennessee

Broderick Jones, Georgia

Interior Offensive Line:

Cody Mauch, North Dakota State

Chandler Zavala, North Carolina State

John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota

O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida

Steve Avila, TCU

Interior Defensive Line: 

Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin

Siaki Ika, Baylor

Karl Brooks, Bowling Green

Bryan Bresee, Clemson

Edge Rusher:

Tuli Tuipulotu, USC

Keion White, Georgia Tech

Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State

Robert Beal, Georgia




Deonte Banks, Maryland

Christian Gonzalez, Oregon

Derius Rush, South Carolina

Joey Porter Jr., Penn State

Julius Brents, Kansas State

Tyrique Stevenson, Miami


Daniel Scott, California

Tanner Ingle, North Carolina State

The Steelers have tended to take players that come to UPMC Sports Complex for pre-draft visits. Last year, quarterbacks Kenny Pickett and Chris Oladokun and linebacker Mark Robinson all came for visits before being drafted by the Steelers.