5 offensive studs from the combine Steelers should be infatuated with

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The combine has wrapped up, and the Steelers have been doing their homework on the incoming crop of prospects. While the new regime has changed a lot with this team, one thing that is still consistent is their drafting of players that fit certain molds.

This team likes their tackles big, their defensive linemen long, and their running backs bulky, for example. The combine is a great time to get a feel for who will be potential fits for their team based on their athletic profile and size. Knowing what this team likes, here are five offensive players from the combine that the Steelers are likely drooling over.

Steelers will be all over Isaac Guerendo

As highlighted above, the Steelers like to draft their running backs on the bigger size, even if their room is filled with similar body types. When they break away from that mold, the results have been poor. While running back isn’t a top need this offseason, the team could try and find a viable third back, and Isaac Guerendo would make a lot of sense in that role.

He has the size that this team covets. While not as bulky as Najee Harris, Guerendo is over 220 pounds and has a sturdy frame. Not only does he have the size but he also tested as a freaky athlete. He had the fastest forty-yard dash time of any running back at the combine despite his bigger frame.

He never was the proverbial top guy on offense, but he was productive at Louisville last year as both a running back and a receiver. He will likely go somewhere on day three, and with such a strong combine he could sneak into the fourth round. If finding a capable third back is the goal this offseason, Guerendo makes a lot of sense.