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Pittsburgh Steelers Pre-Draft Visitor Nebraska Wide Receiver Quincy Enunwa

May 3rd, 2014 at 10:53 PM
By Mark Mihalko

In breaking down the final few prospect profiles in preparation for the 2014 NFL Draft, there are some interesting late round prospects that have met with the Pittsburgh Steelers. One such player that fans should keep an eye on is Nebraska wide receiver Quincy Enunwa.

'No place like Nebraska' photo (c) 2008, Kiley - license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
This senior wide receiver has the size (6-2, 225-pounds) and speed (4.44 40-yard dash) that should make him a sought after commodity toward the tail-end of the draft. A team leader, he has etched his name on multiple records at the university.

Coming off a solid 2013 regular season (47-624-10), the team captain was a weapon both outside as a receiver and as a physical blocker in the running game. Unfortunately, the MVP of the Gator Bowl suffered a minor hamstring injury at the NFL Combine after opening the event with a solid 40-yard dash and bench-press (19 reps). 

At this point, Enunwa has the look of a receiver with the ability to develop into a solid number two receiver and could be a late round steal. With the Steelers likely to add multiple receivers during this draft, he would definitely appear be a late-round possibility.

Pre-Draft Visitors/ Prospect Profiles

Cornerbacks (8)

Arizona cornerback Shaquille Richardson (Profile 3/28)

Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard (Profile 3/29)

TCU cornerback Jason Verrett (Profile 4/6)

Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby (Profile 4/10)

Rice cornerback Phillip Gaines (Profile 4/17)

Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert (Profile 2/15)

Duke cornerback Ross Cockrell (Profile 4/28)

Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller (Profile 5/2)

Wide Receivers (9)

Pittsburg State wide receiver John Brown (Profile 3/31)

Mississippi wide receiver Dante Moncrief (Profile 4/3)

South Carolina wide receiver Bruce Ellington (Profile 4/5)

Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant (Profile 4/7)

Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (Profile 2/5)

Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans (Profile 2/6)

Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson (Profile 2/16)

Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer (Profile 4/29)

Nebraska wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (Profile 5/3)

Running Backs (2)

Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk (Profile 4/1)

Georgia Southern running back Jerick McKinnon (Profile 4/26)

Safety (3)

Louisville safety Calvin Pryor (Profile 4/8)

Minnesota safety Brock Vereen (Profile 4/8)

Washington State safety Deone Bucannon (Profile 4/13)

Linebackers (8)

Arizona State outside linebacker/defensive end Carl Bradford (Profile 4/12)

Boston College linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (Profile 4/14)

UCLA linebacker Jordan Zumwalt (Profile 4/15)

Auburn outside linebacker/defensive end Dee Ford (Profile 2/16)

Texas outside linebacker/defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat (Profile 4/21)

Oregon State outside linebacker / defensive end Scott Crichton (Profile 4/23)

UCLA outside linebacker Anthony Barr (Profile 4/24)

Ohio State outside linebacker Ryan Shazier (Profile 4/24)

Defensive Linemen (4)

Minnesota defensive end Ra’Shede Hageman (Profile 4/19)

Notre Dame defensive end Stephon Tuitt (Profile 4/20)

Notre Dame nose tackle Louis Nix (Profile 2/7)

Wisconsin nose tackle Beau Allen (Profile 4/22)

Tight Ends (2)

North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron (Profile 2/9)

Massachusetts tight end Rob Blanchflower (Profile 4/26)

Also,

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Tags: Football, Nebraska, NFL, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Steelers, Quincy Enunwa

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