Memphis nose tackle Dontari Poe showed off his strength this weekend in the bench press, putting 225 pounds up 44 times, the best at this year's combine.
Poe is a sculpted 6-4, 346 pounds, though his arms were a bit short at 32 inches.
@ Alameda Ta'amu of Washington, the other top nose tackle prospect, weighed in at 348 pounds on his 6-3 frame.
Ta'amu, who is more of a second-round prospect, did 35 reps and had 32-inch arms.
@ Georgia guard/tackle Cordy Glenn ran the 40 in 5.15 seconds, not bad for a man who is 6-5, 345 pounds.
He also had the second-longest longest arms of any of the offensive linemen at 35 3/4 inches.
Despite the long arms, Glenn still pressed 225 pounds 31 times, a very respectible number
Glenn is viewed as a mid-to-late first-round pick, which puts him in the Steelers' range.
@ California University of Pennsylvania guard Rishaw Johnson showed off his wheels by clocking in right behind Glenn at 5.24 seconds in the 40.
Johnson, 6-3, 313 pounds, is a sleeper in this draft who's likely to be selected in round four or five. The former Ole Miss star transferred to Cal last season.
He showed at the Senior Bowl that he's not really capable of playing center, but his mobility and strength are excellent.
Johnson did, however, struggle in some of the drills, failing to perform them properly and drawing the wrath of position coaches.
He's raw, but with his athleticism, you never know.
@ Winconsin guard Kevin Zeitler and Iowa State's Kelechi Osemele, a pair of late-first, early-second round prospects, clocked in at 5.39 seconds and 5.36 seconds, respectively.
Zeitler's arm length - 32 3/4 - is a bit short, but he used that to his advantage, doing 32 reps on the bench.
Osemele had the longest arms of any lineman - he should at 6-6, 333 pounds - at 35 7/8 and also managed 32 bench reps.
@ We'll see how the linebackers run later this week.
At this point, it clearly appears the Steelers will target two of those three positions in the first two rounds of the draft.