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2015 NFL Draft: Best available players after round one

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The Tennessee Titans are on the clock with the 1st pick of the 2nd round (33rd overall), and there is a lot of meat still on the bone.  As we have talked about all along, the Titans have a need at pretty much every position.  They could go a number of different ways with this pick, and honestly, this might be the better spot for them to trade down.  If they were able to swing a deal where they could move down 5-10 spots and pick up another 2nd or 3rd, that would be awesome.

You can bang it here for Lambert's big board to see his best players remaining, and here for Dan Kadar's best players remaining.

A few guys of intrigue for me:

Dorial Green-Beckham would be my #1 target.  He is a top-10 talent without the off the field issues.  The Titans had him in for a visit, so you know they did some homework on him.  Pairing him with Marcus Mariota for the next decade would be fun to watch.

Speaking of top-10 talents with off the field issues, Randy Gregory is still on the board.  There are some red flags on him, but the risk is much less in the second round.  You could be a getting a perennial double-digit sack guy.

La'el Collins is the best offensive tackle still on the board.  Teams are terrified of him right now becuase of the murder of his ex-girlfriend.  The Titans should spend the rest of the night and all day tomorrow trying to figure out what really happened there.

Landon Collins is another interesting player.  He isn't great in coverage, but he is really good in the box.  He might not be that high on the Titans board after they added Da'Norris Searcy in free agency.  They are very similar in style.

You also have guys like OT T.J. Clemmings, WR Jaelen Strong, and CB Jalen Collins who could be of interest to the Titans.