The draft process continues for Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers, as Tomlin was spotted at LSU’s Pro Day on Friday.
Many of the top prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft played their college football at LSU, including LB Devin White and CB Greedy Williams, both expected to be taken in the first round this season.
Williams is viewed as one of the top corner prospects in the draft, alongside Washington’s Byron Murphy and Temple’s Rock Ya-Sin. Williams is highly regarded for his ball-hawking skills and man coverage abilities.
❌❌❌❌DB 101: Off coverage, CBs please don’t go flying back if you can run TRUST YOUR SPEED! Greedy Williams trusts his speed and feet which results in a great interception. @WeAreDBNation1 #LSU #DBU pic.twitter.com/a1BjHfzr2t
— GASCREW_ELITE ⛽️⛽️⛽️ (@TFootballGeek) June 15, 2018
White appears to be a favorite to land in the top ten of the draft, and will undoubtedly be the first inside linebacker off the board thanks to his tackling abilities and sideline-to-sideline speed.
Both Williams and White have been linked to the Steelers, as either player would fill a position of need for Pittsburgh and would contribute right away.
— Evan Lazar (@ezlazar) March 14, 2019
Other players of interest were at LSU’s Pro Day, including TE Foster Moreau. Moreau’s draft stock has risen since his impressive week at the Senior Bowl, establishing himself as a mid-tier tight end prospect.
Tomlin was also seen speaking to CB Kelvin Joseph and S Grant Delpit as well.