(Photo by Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network on Twitter)
Pro days are in full swing and Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert were spotted at Georgia's pro day today after being at Clemson's pro day last week, along with offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
Here's Tomlin and Colbert watching edge rusher Azeez Ojulari get ready to bench, courtesy of Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network.
Ojulari should be a first-round pick in this year's draft and edge rusher isn't a major need for the Steelers. Other Georgia Bulldogs that are being heavily scouted in the draft are cornerbacks Tyson Campbell and Eric Stokes, along with center Trey Hill, who the Steelers' brass probably have their eyes on the most at Georgia's pro day as they need a center with the retirement of Maurkice Pouncey. Campbell and Stokes should be selected early in the draft. Hill should be drafted in the second or third round. Hill stands at 6-foot-4, 330 pounds and is a physical run blocker who will fit well in a power running scheme.
Below is a summary on Hill by The Draft Network.
"Trey Hill played center for the Bulldogs' offense. He has started games aligning at guard as well. In the run game, he comes off the ball hard. He is heavy at the point of attack and plays with good natural leverage. As a result, he is hard to bull rush. Although he plays with very good power in a phone booth, his limited agility shows when he has to move and engage. This is at the second level with regards to run blocking, and also when he has to be reactive to games as a pass blocker. He’s somewhat heavy-footed and probably best suited at guard where he can focus on his run or pass blocking."