Pittsburgh Steelers Post-Combine 7-round NFL mock draft
Round 6: Antonio Gandy-Golden
Wide receiver, Liberty
Antonio Gandy-Golden is a player I never would have penciled into the Steelers this late in the draft a month ago. However, there is reason to believe he could be available in the sixth round at this point.
The Liberty product was unimpressive amongst a stacked group of wide receivers at the NFL Combine. Though he has desirable size at 6’4” and 223 pounds, he tested poorly in speed and agility drills. Gandy-Golden earned a 4.60-second 40-yard dash (17th percentile), a 7.33-second 3-cone (4th percentile), and a 4.55-second 20-yard shuttle (2nd percentile).
His miserable athletic testing is going to make him fall somewhere between middle and late day three. Pittsburgh, however, would love to take advantage of the opportunity late in the draft. Gandy-Golden is a very productive small-school receiver, and the Steelers are no stranger to seeking these types of players out late in the draft.
With such poor depth on the team, Gandy-Golden could compete to be the number four wideout from the gate.