The undrafted free agents are starting to be signed, and I'll keep updating this as we find out which UDFAs the Titans have signed.
- Stafon Johnson / Running Back / USC Trojans (source)
He had 157 yards in four games in 2009, but that was due to a life threatening injury when a 257 lb barbell fell on his neck, crushing most of his vocal chord and Adams apple. He led the team with five touchdowns in four games before he was injured. His best years were his sophomore and junior years, where he accumulated 673 and 705 yards, respectively, despite backing up Joe McKnight.
- Kevin Matthews / Offensive Linesman / Texas A&M Aggies (source)
The main story with this pick will be the fact that he is the son of former Titan Bruce Matthews son, but he can play. According to CBS, he was the 7th best center in the draft. He was a member of the 2009 watch list for the Rimington Trophy, given to the nation's top center.
- William Rose / Fullback / Florida Atlantic Owls (source)
Rose was ranked as the 10th best fullback in the draft. He is from the same school as our 6th round pick, quarterback Rusty Smith.
- Gerald Harris / Tight End / Mississippi Rebels (source)
He's had 8 receptions for 85 yards and 4 touchdowns in his career. That's it.
- Nick Howell / Offensive Tackle / USC Trojans (source)
He was ranked as the 16th best OG in the country according to CBS, and he's former Oiler Pat Howell's son.
- Mico McSwain / Wide Receiver / UNA Lions (source)
McSwain is 26 years old and transferred from Ole MIss due to problems with academics. He is apparently very athletic, according to this draft site he can run, pass, kick, and play safety.
- Bobby Sewall / Wide Receiver / Brown Bears (source)
He was named the 1st team All-Ivy League during his sophomore and junior years, and is recognized as the most versatile athlete in the Ivy League, playing running back, quarterback, and receiver for the Bears. We've got to have the smartest team in the NFL after this draft.
- Dominique Lindsay / Running Back / East Carolina Pirates (source)
- Kenny Alfred / Center / Washington St. Cougars (source)
From WSU's SB Nation blog: "He was the best player on the team (not saying a ton), but he was also a heck of a leader and mentor to everyone. He loves the game and has a passion for playing. As far as skills on the field, he’s underrated as a center. He can block, make line calls, and make sure the line is in the right places (though our line last year doesn’t show that). He was probably underrated due to the team he played on and last year he was really the only lineman worth his weight on the team. What you got it a very intelligent center with a good locker room presence and some skills on the field to go with it. He is ranked as the 10th best center in the country by CBS. He started 44 games, including 29 straight games to end his college career."
- LeGarrette Blount / Running Back / Oregon Ducks (source)
This is a big one! Blount originally signed with the 49ers, but he felt he had more of a shot over in Tennessee, with our limited running backs. You probably remember Blount from the incident where he punched Boise State player Byron Hunt and was suspended 10 games. In 2008, his last full season, he rushed for 1,002 yards and 17 touchdowns. I find this signing surprising considering the Titans have been all about character guys this draft, and Blount has an obvious temper problem, with the punching incident as well as a previous suspension for skipping team meetings. Blount was projected as a 4th to 5th round draft pick before the draft and a 1st to 2nd round pick before the punch, so if he stays out of trouble he's a steal
- Joe Joseph / Defensive Tackle / Miami Hurricanes (source)
Joesph was selected as an All Atlantic Coast Conference Honarable Mention. He only had 28 tackles during his senior year, his career high.
- Steven Pfahler / Tight End / Montana Grizzlies (source)
Another one of Coach Fisher's son's teammates at Montana, Pfahler had 71 receptions for 805 yards and 5 touchdowns in his career.