I will always refer to this as the Keith Bulluck draft.
Round 1 Pick #30- Keith Bulluck, LB, Syracuse
I have not looked at any other #30 picks to back up this next statement, but Keith Bulluck is the best #30 pick in the history of the draft.
Round 3 Pick #68- Erron Kinney, TE, Florida
This was another really good pick. Kinney wasn't a deep threat, but he had solid hands and was an excellent blocker. It is too bad that his career was cut short by a knee injury.
Round 3 Pick #93- Byron Frisch, DE, BYU
Frisch never played for the Titans, but he did see some time with the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants. You need more than that from a 3rd round pick.
Round 4 Pick #124- Bobby Myers, S, Wisconsin
Myers lasted 2 seasons with the Titans and started 2 games. He did make some contributions on special teams.
Round 4 Pick #128- Peter Sirmon, LB, Oregon
Sirmon was a great pick at the end of the 4th round. He started 53 games for the Titans and was always known as one of the smartest guys on the field.
Round 5 Pick #135- Aric Morris, S, Michigan State
I honestly did not remember Morris, but he started 10 games for the Titans in 2001. He moved on from the Titans to join the New England Patriots in 2003.
Round 5 Pick #160- Frank Chamberlin, LB, Boston College
Chamberlin is another guy who never did a lot but made some solid contributions. He also played for the Bengals and the Texans.
Round 6 Pick #197- Robaire Smith, DE, Michigan State
Robaire is the best 197th pick in the history of the draft. He was a solid defensive tackle here before moving on to the Texans, coming back here, and currently playing with the Browns.
Round 7 Pick #213- Mike Green, RB, Houston
Green hung around for a few years and added depth to the roster.
Round 7 Pick #237- Wes Shivers, G, Mississippi St.
Shivers was cut by the Titans and picked up by the Falcons in 2000. That was his only season in the league.
This is the best draft of the ones we have looked at so far.
Overall Grade: A