Eight teams played for a WPIAL Championship at Heinz Field on Saturday November 23, 2013. North Catholic, South Fayette, West Allegheny and Central Catholic won to advance to the PIAA playoffs.
Steelers running back LaRod Stephens-Howling talks about when his love for football started, his journey from Johnstown to the NFL, and constantly having to prove he's not too small to play the game in this locker room look-back.
Steelers Center Maurkice Pouncey talks about beating current teammates Marcus Gilbert and Antonio Brown in high school, why he never wanted to play on the offensive line, and playing for one of the best high school football programs in the country in this locker room look-back.
Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell talks about when he first started playing football, how he hid it from his mother, and his high school football career in this locker room look back.
Steelers Outside Linebacker Jarvis Jones talks about his favorite sport, how he got coaxed into playing high school football, and how changing positions changed his attitude towards the game in this locker room look-back
Pittsburgh Steelers Tackle Marcus Gilbert talks about growing up in Florida, going head to head against Maurkice Pouncey in high school, and Florida high school pride.
Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker Lawrence Timmons talks about why he decided to play football, being an all-state wide receiver in high school, and how good it felt to be a 1st-round NFL draft pick in this locker room look-back.
Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker Jason Worilds talks about playing multiple positions in high school before finding his niche, a memorable play during his sophomore year and using football to build character in this locker room look-back.
Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Lineman David DeCastro talks about when he started playing football, why he grew up disliking the Steelers and how his approach to football changed in college in this locker room look-back.
USA Football held a Heads Up Football Player Safety Coach Clinic at the Pittsburgh Steelers practice facility. More than 50 coaches from around the state were in attendance to learn different techniques to help make youth football a better and safer game.