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Pittsburgh (KDKA)- As the 2011 NFL Draft gets closer, more prospects are visiting the Steelers. Plus, Pitt’s Jonathan Baldwin takes a visit to another NFL team.
Busy day on the South Side, as 4 college players pay a visit to the Steelers facility.
Texas cornerback Aaron Williams, San Diego St. wide receiver Vincent Brown, South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders and Virginia Tech safety Davon Morgan were all at the Steelers UPMC Complex.
This was the second time that Williams visited the Steelers.
Brown had a disappointing NFL scouting combine, running in the high 4.6 to 4.71 range in the 40-yard dash.
He caught 69 passes for 1,352 yards and 10 touchdowns last season.
Saunders was kicked off the team for his senior year due to an NCAA investigation and violations of team rules.
He finished his career at South Carolina with 60 catches for 718 yards and six touchdowns.
Baldwin is in Detroit today visiting the Lions.
Baldwin has now officially visited the Lions, Ravens and Cowboys.
Baldwin has received second round grades from NFL draft analysts.