Dravon Askew-Henry's best attribute for West Virginia was availability. The safety, who played multiple positions in his five years in Morgantown, started in all 51 games that he played in for the Mountaineers, setting the program record.
Now it is back to square-one for Askew-Henry, as he looks to solidify a spot on the Pittsburgh Steelers roster. He signed as an undrafted free-agent with the team right after the NFL Draft, and just finished participating in Pittsburgh's rookie mini-camp over the weekend.
Being with the Steelers is also extra special for Dravon, who played his high school ball at Aliquippa High, just 20 miles away from Heinz Field.