The Titans were active at the Florida pro day this week, meeting with defensive lineman Jon Bullard and linebacker Antonio Morrison according to Terry McCormick.
Jon Bullard is the more highly touted prospect of the two, fitting into that deep defensive line group in the second round range. His best fit is probably in a 4-3 as a three-tech tackle, but you could make the argument that he could handle five-tech duties at the next level. He's gotten the dreaded "tweener" label from some, which could force him down some draft boards.
Bullard wins with quickness and power. He shows some big time explosion out of his stance and can end a play before it even begins. The only thing holding Bullard back is his frame. I'm guessing he will be asked to bulk up no matter what scheme he plays in -- 285 pounds would be light for any interior defensive lineman in the NFL. Bullard would likely slot in behind Jurrell Casey and DaQuan Jones, providing quickness off the bench.
There's a smaller group of pundits that think he's a Michael Bennett-type player. In that case, Bullard would be asked to slim down a bit and maximize his explosion and speed on the outside.
Antonio Morrison projects as more of a mid to late round pick. He recovered nicely this past season coming off of two knee operations. Morrison is an intense, aggressive inside linebacker prospect. He shows off good burst and appears to be athletic enough to make an impact at the next level. However, Morrison is a bit undersized and shows some very questionable instincts and processing traits. His angles and gap responsibilities will need some refinement before he can take on a starting role in the NFL. Morrison should play a massive special teams role to start.
I could easily see Jon Bullard or Antonio Morrison being potential Titan draft picks next month. Both could help fill some needs on the roster, mainly for depth reasons. I don't think either would start right away, but both could be considered development selections.