NFL Mock Draft 2013: Titans and Ezekial Ansah, DE, BYU

Kent Horner

Kadar with some interesting reasoning for the Titans' pick in his latest mock draft.

Ezekial Ansah is the man of many names, but Dan Kadar has the Titans taking this DE from BYU in his latest mock draft. Listening to the description Dan gives of him scares me quite a bit, but you never know. Here is what he had to say:

Titans general manager Ruston Webster is hard to peg as an evaluator. During last year's draft he tended to value athleticism more than just team need. Because of that, it's difficult to see a scenario where the Titans take Alabama guard Chance Warmack here. While he's a fantastic player who fits a need for Tennessee, Webster may be enamored with the potential of Ansah. He's been favorably compared to Javon Kearse because of his size and quickness. Add to it that he actually fills a bit of a need for the Titans. Derrick Morgan hasn't played as well as Tennessee probably hoped out of the 16th overall pick of the 2010 draft and Kamerion Wimbley is getting up there at 30.

So maybe you are getting Kearse, but you also could be getting Jamaal Anderson. To me, it makes a whole lot more sense to go with Warmack and sure up a huge hole on your team.

Of course that is what makes the most sense, so it absolutely will not happen.

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