Latest Titans Mock Draft Database


This post will be updated on Thursday January 24th to reflect newer released mock drafts.

Kendall Wright was our first selection in 2012. We have a lot of options for the first pick in 2013.

What follows is a simple database of the latest mock drafts around the world wide web with the Titans selections. I will update this database with various mock drafts leading up to NFL Draft. The purpose behind this fanpost is for various reasons:

  1. Rather than waste time searching for mock drafts, its all right here, with brief scouting reports, selection explanation and with links if you want to see the whole mock.
  2. It will help you catch the pulse and trends of the prospects and how the draft may play out.
  3. It will also help you get to know a little more about potential Titans.

Who has the best analysis? The worse? Which pick do you like best?

Some mocks below have us taking one of MCM's favorites: Chance Warmack. And depending on how the draft plays out, I would love to grab this elite propsect to help protect Locker, open lanes for CJ and anchor him in our OL for the next decade. That being said, what follows is some interesting information on the drafting of an OG in the first round. What do you think of the following quote?

Chance Warmack is a fine player, and by all accounts will have a solid NFL career. But we've noticed several mocks recently prepared by prominent draft guru's (think ESPN and CBS) which show Warmack projected to hear his name called in the top 10. This runs counter to history - Offensive Guards are (extremely) rarely drafted in the top-20, and never (like, ever) drafted in the top 10. In the 13 drafts since the year 2000, exactly nine (9) Offensive Guards have been selected in the first round, and only two have been picked in the top 20. Both of those two (Steve Hutchinson and Mike Iupati) were selected with pick 17. Hutchinson to Seattle in 2001, and Iupati to San Francisco in 2010. -

Titans Mock Draft Selection - Round one, Pick 10.

Followed with Scouting Report for that player.

Date & Mock Draft Site. Followed with '12 college stats.

Explanation for Pick

Significant Selections taken before & after

Dion Jordan, DE/OLB Oregon

6'7" - 250

Jordan possesses a rare blend of size and athleticism. At 6-feet-7-inches tall, Jordan moves like a safety. He has fluid hips in coverage and excellent explosion off the line of scrimmage. Oregon frequently called upon Jordan to cover tight ends and slot wide receivers one on one.

As a pass rusher, Jordan has plenty of room to grow, but few players in this class rush the edge like he does. Jordan gets incredible bend around the edge, showing the flexibility to maintain his speed and get after the quarterback. Jordan also has tremendous length for a pass rusher, which he combines with an explosive first step off the line off scrimmage to consistently beat tackles. Jordan also has great closing speed both when getting after the quarterback and chasing down ball carriers in the open field.


Mel Kiper

No access to link, insider paid page.

Jordan had 44 tackles, including 10.5 for loss and five sacks

Analysis: He's a little light for a 4-3 defensive end, but Jordan has a long frame and can add some weight. The Titans saw an improved pass rush in 2012, but Jordan could take that unit to another level as he develops. This is a very good athlete, a player who probably could have developed into a draft-worthy tight end, but Oregon made the right call in putting him on defense. There is development left in his game, but his quick first step, long arms and overall athleticism are all high level and he could become a very good NFL pass-rusher.













Star Lotulelei, DT Utah 6'4" - 320

Star Lotulelei possesses a combination of size, power, quickness and strength that is truly elite.

His power at the line of scrimmage to take on and eat up blocks will make other linemen around him better. He is near impossible to block one on one and has to be assigned multiple blockers at a time. His strength and quickness allows him to beat blocks and make plays in the run game consistently. His ability to push the pocket has created havoc for opposing rushing offenses. He isn't as natural a pass rusher but exhibits the natural tools to become better.

Ranked # 1 prospect by ESPN., #4 by CBS, #5 by NFL.


Gil Brandt

41 tackles, 5 sacks, 11 for a loss

The Titans gave up more than 2,000 rushing yards this season; Lotulelei would be the perfect antidote for their troubles.

2. Werner


5. Milliner

6. Moore

8. Ogletree






Chance Warmack, OG Alabama, 6'3" - 320

Sturdy guard with dominating strength at the point of attack and mobility to clear running lanes. His toughness and durability are outstanding, and he grades out as one of the elite talents in the 2013 draft, and as a probable starter day one on Sundays -- and he'll stick around for a long time.


Bucky Brooks

Mike Munchak can appreciate a big, athletic interior blocker with the strength to move defenders off the ball.


5. Werner



18. Star

20. Te'o


Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama

See above scouting report.


Daniel Jeremiah

No Explanation.





Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU - 6'5" - 270

19th Ranked prospect by ESPN, 6th at DE.

Explosion out of his stance allows him to beat the OT to the spot whenever he wants

+When he uses his arms and hands properly he's almost impossible to engage

+Generates a ton of power and strength through his lower body, is able to lift the OL almost completely out of his stance

+Can rush from the DE, DT, or OLB spots, could be a huge asset for a creative defensive coordinator


Dan Kadar

Ansah had 57 tackles,

with 13.0 tackles for loss. He adds 4.5 sacks, eight pass breakups and six quarterback hurries.

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.








Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU - 6'5" 270

Ansah is the hottest name on the draft market right now with people saying he's going anywhere from the Top 5 to the Top 50. Ansah's game stock is based mostly on potential and there is a lot of it. He's got a ceiling that no other prospect can touch in this DE class but that's the key, this is all based on what he can be, not necessarily on what he is.



Matthew Fairburn

Kamerion Wimbley is pushing 30, and Derrick Morgan has been solid but unspectacular. The Titans could use some help on the edge, and Ziggy Ansah has the upside to be an impact player at defensive end. He is still new to football, but Ansah's game is surprisingly refined.





Demarcus Milliner, CB, Alabama

#1 CB Prospect. Listed at 6-1 and 198 pounds, he has an impressive combination of size, length and strength for the position. Though he probably won't run a blazing 40-yard dash time, he has enough speed to be an impact starter in the NFL. Milliner is extremely aggressive with the ball in the air and plays with excellent timing, instincts

and anticipation.

2nd Round - Margus Hunt, DE/DT, SMU

3rd - Travis Frederick, G/C, Wisconsin

4th - Levine Toiolo, TE, Stanford



54 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, 1 FF& 2 int's. 22 passes defended

The Titans were interested in drafting a highly ranked cornerback at No. 20 back in April, but neither Stephon Gilmore nor Dre Kirkpatrick fell to them. Maybe they'll have more luck in the 2013 NFL Draft, as they do in this situation with one of the top players available filling a big need. Alterraun Verner will be entering his contract year in 2013, so Tennessee will need a new starter if it can't retain him. Besides, the Titans need to fix their 24th-ranked pass defense.







17. Te'o


Chance Warmack, OG, Bama

See above for scouting report.




Dane Brugler

As a former offensive lineman who was drafted in the top-10, Titans head coach Mike Munchak will undoubtedly be impressed with Warmack and with the future of both their starting guards (LeRoy Harris, Steve Hutchinson) in doubt, the Tide guard make sense here.







Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri

6'4" - 295

Richardson finished the year second on Missouri in tackles with 75. He registered 10.5 tackles for a loss, four sacks, three passes broken up and three forced fumbles. too. Richardson also returned a fumble 60 yards.

Richardson is a great pass rusher, violent hands to shed blockers, and fast. He will impress at the combine. He has a relentless motor with a mean streak.



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Rob Rang

Getting four touchdowns off of defense and special teams in their Week 17 victory over Jacksonville may have provided a bit of salve to a group that was often burnt in 2012 but it won't hide the fact that this unit allowed a league-worst average of 29.4 points a game. The Titans have some young talent on the edges but remain woefully undersized and unproductive down the middle. The 6-4, 310-pound Richardson is surprisingly athletic and led all SEC interior defensive linemen with 75 tackles.








Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU

6'4" - 255

Werner is certainly one of the top players in this year's draft. He possesses excellent strength and playing strength with good off the ball quickness. His ability to convert power to speed as a rusher is perhaps his biggest asset. He uses his hands really well and understands how to use leverage to make plays in the run game. He just goes about his business and doesn't draw attention to himself.


James Christenson

Werner is a very balanced defensive lineman that would help the Titans defensive line against the pass and the run. He isn't a splashy player, but he will make everyone around him better.








Eric Reid, S, LSU

This 6'2", 212-pounder is at his best playing a center field role where he can drop into a zone and diagnose the play in front of him. (Meaning he is not good in coverage.) He has an adequate ability to break on the ball and displays an excellent awareness. While lacking some straight line speed, Reid has a great feel for where the play will be and putting himself in a position to make plays.

2nd - Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU

3rd - Gabe Jackson, OG, Miss. State

4th - Alex Hurst, ROT, LSU

5th - Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State


Draftek uses a unique method:

Most mock drafts out there are generated by a sole individual purporting to understand the needs of all 32 NFL teams. At Drafttek, each NFL team has an analyst who assigns positional needs, then a proprietary computer model is employed to generate a 7-round Consensus Mock Draft.

After almost making it to the playoffs during 2011, the Titans regressed significantly in 2012, finishing 6-10 and struggled to stop anyone on defense, finishing 26th in the NFL in yds/gm allowed. They really struggled in both stopping the run and the pass, so they key for them is to figure out the players that were the weak links and make the necessary improvements. Two players that really struggled this season were Michael Griffin and Jordan Babineaux at the safety positions. Griffin doesn't have a history of playing poorly, so he may receive another chance to show this past season was a fluke, but Babineaux needs to be upgraded. Drafting Reid gives the Titans some versatility, because not only could they start Reid at strong safety and let Griffin get another chance, but they could also move Griffin to strong safety, a position he has previous experience playing while at Texas, and allow Reid to play his natural position of free safety. Either way, Reid is a big upgrade to Tennessee's secondary. -- Ryan Wittman, Titans Analyst











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