Throughout the pre-draft process, the rookie wide receiver as Steelers’ Friday morning in the South on all character concerns and maturity issues that appear to have followed George Pickens, the new Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver. A side facility that seems to have the right spirit following his first official mini camp practice.
Pickens, ranked 52nd overall from Georgia, isn’t worried about outside noise or trying to prove himself to anyone. Instead, he focuses on getting people to talk about work ethic in the field, telling reporters on Friday to bow down to work and be as versatile as possible for the Steelers to move forward. He said he was focusing on.
“I’m just focused on doing my entire career, it’s about bowing to work,” Pickens told reporters. According to the video via Steelers.com. “It will probably put you in the best position to succeed.”
Steelers wide receiver George Pickens won a pass at the Rookie Mini Camp at the UPMC Looney Sports Complex on Friday. pic.twitter.com/nlmCgkvvmc
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In addition to bowing down to work in the field and playbooks, Pittsburgh aims to be a versatile piece for the Steelers, playing the role of Z in attacks or slots. He also mentioned a special team, but it’s hard to think that the Steelers would ask potential wide receivers like Pittsburgh to do something with a special team, especially when he kicks. If not returned.
“Personally, that’s one of my ideas,” Pittsburgh said of being versatile and lined up wherever the Steelers demand. “I’m versatile, playing in a special team, doing whatever I need, just bowing down to work.”
Steelers second place chose George Pickens at UGA running a professional-style offense, a bond with rookie companion WR Calvin Austin, and a head accessory worn on the first day of the rookie mini camp. pic.twitter.com/94QPu1MBaO
— Chris Adamski (@C_AdamskiTrib) May 13, 2022
From Georgia, Pickens has spent some time as an X, Z, and slot receiver in Georgia, so it’s certainly versatile in receivers. He’s not as quick and sly as a guy like Dionte Johnson or fellow rookie Calvin Austin III, but he can handle slot roles during his college career and has been able to handle slot roles since 2022. We were able to provide some snaps to the Steelers.
His overall role seems destined to be a big body Z receiver that can stretch the field vertically and play downfield, but Chase Claypool was commissioned in 2021, although I had a lot of trouble.
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George Pickens bowed down to work and focused on becoming a versatile piece for the Steelers
https://steelersdepot.com/2022/05/putting-his-head-down-and-working-george-pickens-focused-on-being-versatile-piece-for-steelers/ George Pickens bowed down to work and focused on becoming a versatile piece for the Steelers