The Tennessee Titans are one of the few teams in the top half of the draft that actually have some flexibility. However, the same handful of names continues to surface when the 11th pick comes around. Which player do the fans want to see in Two-Toned Blue next year?
-Anthony Barr DE/OLB, UCLA
Barr is an athletic pass rusher whose ability to blow by offensive tackles and his underrated ability to bend make him a great potential rusher in the NFL. Size and lack of polish are his biggest cons.
Mocked by: Pat Kirwan, Pete Prisco, Dane Brugler, Rob Rang
-Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
Once viewed as a top-3 overall player, bad interviews and workouts have pushed him down the boards. Still he is a perfect fit in the Whisenhunt system and would most likely be the BPA.
Mocked by: Todd McShay, Don Banks, Chase Goodbread
-Justin Gilbert CB, OKST
Arguably the best corner in the draft, though not in the same league as past top corners. Also, the Titans have said that they don't expect to take a corner in round one, so this seems very unlikely.
Mocked by: Optimum Scouting, Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks
-Louis Nix III NT, ND
Nix is a good interior disruptor, but a better anchor. He would be a great compliment to Jurrell Casey as a 1-tech on 4-3 downs, and would allow the Titans to get creative in their 3-4 looks.
Mocked by: Josh Norris, Drafttek