Yes -- before you ask, I do realize that we just completed week three of the NFL season. The draft is probably the last thing on your mind, but I like keeping track of stuff like this. All of this information can be found by doing a quick twitter search.
There is no possible way to keep track of every Titans' scout, but you will typically see media tweet out any scouts that may happen to be in attendance, especially for the mainstream games. From there, you can connect some dots. Keep in mind that it's still Fall. The Titans are keeping tabs on all prospects at this point. However, there certainly seems to be a trend developing when you look at what games they have attended.
Falcons, Chargers, Titans, Panthers, Chiefs, Saints and Ravens all have scouts at Stanford @ USC today. pic.twitter.com/eCRmEzYUd7— Ben Maller (@benmaller) September 19, 2015
Most likely prospect: Safety Su'a Cravens
According to UK seating chart, NFL scouts from Ravens, 49ers, Jaguars & Titans expected for Cats-Gators. Also CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders— Mark Story (@markcstory) September 19, 2015
Most likey prospect: Cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III
From previous list: #Jets, #Chargers, #49ers and #Titans all set to have their GMs and at least two other scouts in attendance. #CLEMvsLOU— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) September 17, 2015
Most likely prospects: Cornerback Mackensie Alexander, Safety Jayron Kearse
NFL scouts from the Rams, Dolphins, Saints and Titans are checking out FSU's Tuesday practice.— Safid Deen (@Safid_Deen) September 15, 2015
Most likely prospect: Defensive back Jalen Ramsey
Titans (x2), Raiders, Cowboys, Falcons, Eagles, Rams, Bills & Saints all have scouts here today for Oklahoma-Tennessee.— Rocky Top Insider (@rockytopinsider) September 12, 2015
Most likely prospects: Cornerbacks Cam Sutton, Zack Sanchez
See the trend? It certainly looks like Ruston Webster is planning on focusing on the defensive back half this spring. Who could blame him? Michael Griffiin looks done and the cornerback depth chart is a mess. The good news is that the defensive back position is incredibly deep this year, especially at corner. Wherever the Titans end up picking in the first round, Webster should have plenty of options on the defensive side of the ball.