NFL.com looks at who are some of the toughest decisions player wise that will happen inside the top 10.
In 1984, the Oilers selected an offensive lineman in the 3rd round for the 3rd time in 3 years.
Here's the transcript from yesterday's press conference with Munch and Ruston Webster. I wouldn't put too much stock into anything that was said but it's still an interesting read. The need for a big press corner (I'm thinking Sanders Commings) because of additional blitz packages (would be awesome to see Mingo pin his ears back and just get after the passer).
The Titans have announced the first week of Titans caravan for those interested.
Some second rounders on the Titans include Akeem Ayers and Zach Brown, who I believe will be two of the next great LBs in the game. Zach Brown and Ayers both showed flashes of brilliance and I think with the additional blitz packages and more aggressive style of defense, they should flourish.
Would the Titans draft a tackle at 10 overall? Don't rule anything out says Webster.
Touring the Mock drafts shows us that no one has a clue. Milliner, Ansah, Cooper, Warmack, Star are all options according to these drafts.
This mock courtesy of PK has us taking Shariff Floyd. I don't think he lasts that long as I see either the Raiders or Eagles as fits for him.
Adam Schein of NFL.com believes Geno Smith is a franchise caliber QB. I don't disagree, but he's got to turn those flashes we see on tape into consistency from game to game. I have trouble understanding why QBs like Aaron Murray and Tajh Boyd didn't come out this year as they could have gone 1 and 2 in the draft.
Josh Norris has a 7 round mock out. These usually aren't close, but nonetheless gives us something to look at.
Our Friends at Fanspeak have provided us with a Mock draft. I am not a fan of Ziggy Ansah, but in round 2 we get DJ Hayden (I'd be so thrilled), and in round 3 we get David Amerson (convert him to FS) and Tony Jefferson.
Quote of the Day: On how many players he had a top 10 grade on "10" -Ruston Webster