Given those measurements, here are a few observations..
1. CB Chris Cook falls short on both bench press numbers & the 3-cone drills. His jumping ability is outstanding, but Chadman wonders if those 2 'fails' will remove him from consideration.
2. FS Kam Chancellor has great size, but a horrid 3-cone and barely passable 40-yard for a FS. Also, his jumping measurables are low for a man of his size.
3. CB Kareem Jackson has a poor 3-Cone time, and a 'fail' for bench reps.
4. Incomplete measurables for Kyle Wilson & Earl Thomas mean they are somewhat 'wildcards' in relation to Steeler trends. Neither plays for a team that has provided the Steelers with a DB under Colbert however.
5. As expected, Taylor Mays' measurables are off the charts. It would be very interesting to see his 3-cone time, however, as his agility is often what is questioned.
6. CB Jerome Murphy's reps & cone times are 'just' inside the Steelers trends mark, putting him right on the border.
7. Uber-genious Myron Rolle passes nearly every test, but fails poorly in the 3-cone. That being said, one wonders if his obvious intelligence might make him a sneaky candidate.
8. CB's Brandon Ghee, Patrick Robinson & Devin McCourty all fit very well inside the Steeler trends. It's a genuine toss of the coin between them- perhaps it would be a case of who falls into the Steeler draft range that would decide between them. Of the 3, only Patrick Robinson hasn't visited the Steelers...yet.
9. Safeties Darrell Stuckey, Taylor Mays & Barry Church all fit the safety requirements for the Steelers very well. Perhaps the fact that both Stuckey & Church are reportedly on the Steelers radar is a bit of a give-away.
10. Perhaps Chadman is on to something? The guys that best fit the Steelers 'draft trends' are also the same guys the Steelers are bringing in for another look- Ghee, Stuckey, McCourty & Church...