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Valley product Clemons pays a visit to Steelers

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wide receiver Toney Clemons visited the Steelers on Wednesday and met with several coaches, including head coach Mike Tomlin, as part of his pre-draft tour of interested teams.

Clemons, a Valley High School and Colorado product, said he believes he is among the team`s top 30 draft-board players.

He also had recent sit-down meetings with Jacksonville and Green Bay.

Clemons said the thing that impressed him most about the Steelers` visit, and what set them apart from the others was 'How familiar they are with me,' and he called them a 'first-class organization.'

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