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2016 NFL Draft Report: Vonn Bell to visit Titans

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A safety could be in play at the top of the second round.

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Terry McCormick of titaninsider.com is reporting that the Titans will host former Ohio State safety Vonn Bell for a private workout.

Bell is probably most known locally for his spurning of the Tennessee Volunteers on national signing day back in 2013. Bell instead chose the Ohio State Buckeyes, going on to win a national championship and play one of the most talented defensive groups in recent memory.

Bell played a lot of single high safety during his time in Columbus, but has flashed plenty of ability to play in man coverage as well. He's known more for his work in coverage than his run support. Bell is considered a touch undersized coming in at 5-11, 199 pounds.

This certainly aligns with Jon Robinson's plan so far this offseason.  He's yet to address safety and tackle, so I would expect both of those positions to be addressed very early in the draft. It looks like Vonn Bell could be a very real possibility at pick 33.