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2016 NFL Draft: Titans 7 Round Mock 4.0

The Titans shocked the sports world yesterday with a blockbuster trade. Who are they taking with their newfound bounty of picks?

Emmanuel Ogbah. Future Tennessee Titan?
Emmanuel Ogbah. Future Tennessee Titan?
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1.15 Emmanuel Ogbah 6'4 273 DE RS Junior Oklahoma State

-Ogbah is the Big 12's most talented pass rusher and has the stats to back it up. Led OSU in tackles for loss, sacks, and forced fumbles. Lateral agility is a major plus to his game. Arm length is another positive. Arsenal of pass rush moves are above average although he leans on his strength rather than finesse at times. Won a share of the Big 12 DPOY award. The Titans attended his Pro Day.

2.33 Germain Ifedi 6'5 324 OT RS Junior Texas A&M

- The latest in a recent spate of pro ready offensive tackles from A&M. Ifedi has experience at both guard and tackle. The Titans are keen on having Taylor Lewan staying put at left tackle so Ifedi gets to stay at his preferred right tackle position. He has enough athleticism and above average hand usage to keep the defender at bay. Footwork, while a little off at times, is consistently good enough to stick at tackle. A road grader type with some ability to get to the second level rather aggressively. On-field attitude could be construed as nasty as beloved former Titan Big Country. Tennessee is interested.

2.43 Kenny Clark 6'3 314 DT Junior UCLA

- Clark was the workhorse that carried the Bruins defense on his back at times after the loss of Eddie Vanderdoes and Myles Jack. He's played tackle, end, and some nose tackle for UCLA throughout his career. Position and scheme versatile. Possibly the most technically refined defensive lineman in the country. Knows when and how to use power/finesse in every move. Lateral agility is an issue, however. High running motor but that can be exploited against him when he's lost in the wash. Fires off the ball really well for a guy his size. Another prospect linked to the Titans.

2.45 Kendall Fuller 5'11 187 CB Junior Virginia Tech

- When healthy, he can make an argument that he is one of the best cornerbacks in the nation. He has impressive NFL/NCAA bloodlines as he's the youngest brother of the Fuller clan that were Hokies and went on to the NFL. There is also a Titans connection as oldest brother Vincent was a 2005 draft pick. Kendall might the best of the family, which is saying something because Kyle was pretty good during his rookie year in 2014. Instincts and fundamentals are excellent. Athleticism is very good as well. He has the speed to keep up with the faster receivers and plays bigger than his measurements.

3.64 Braxton Miller 6'1 201 WR RS Senior Ohio State

- Miller was the best receiver in Mobile and it wasn't particularly close. He dominated one on ones to the point where it got silly. No DB could cover him. Miller has excellent body control, hands, and speed. Route running was astonishingly proficient given his lack of experience at the position. Making the move to receiver last year was a very smart business decision as he wasn't making it as an NFL QB due to an already weak arm being further weakened by a shoulder injury. With the Titans' depth at receiver, he can sit and learn about the nuances of the receiver position at his own pace.

3.76 Jordan Jenkins 6'3 259 OLB Senior Georgia

- The rock of the Bulldogs defense. Position versatile as he was asked to play end in certain situations. Lost a lot of weight this year (20 pounds) in an effort to gain more quickness and agility. Not the best athlete on most fields but a consistent presence. Scheme versatile as he's switched between Todd Grantham's 3-4 and Jeremy Pruitt's 3-4 seamlessly. Jenkins had a great week in Mobile. He was a monster all over the place. If Ragland is the most talented 'backer in Indy, Jenkins isn't far behind. Would be a nice chess piece for Dick LeBeau to move around the front seven.

5.140 Sean Davis 6'1 201 S Senior Maryland

- Davis is a hard hitter that can play both safety positions as well as cornerback if need be. Effective run blitzer and can get going downhill in a hurry. He has the length and size that teams trying to emulate Seattle's secondary crave. Pass coverage needs some refining as he's basically Daimion Stafford 2.0 at this stage of his career. The Titans have worked him out privately.

6.193 Denver Kirkland 6'4 335 OG Junior Arkansas

- Kirkland is a powerful road grader that was schooled in the famous Wisconsin offensive line system that was brought to Arkansas by former Badgers HC Bret Bielema. A massive mountain of a man he is. Position versatile as he played tackle in 2015 while playing guard his first two years. Battle tested as any offensive lineman in the class, making 34 consecutive starts, even playing with a sprained shoulder AND out of position for all of 2015. He would be a steal this late given his credentials.

7.222 Keenan Reynolds 5'9 190 ATH Senior United States Naval Academy

- Reynolds stood out at the East-West Shrine game. He's a versatile athlete that ran Navy's triple option attack to perfection. Wisely chose to switch positions to make a career in the NFL. Quicker than fast. Instincts are above average as he got plenty of opportunity to lock them in. Work ethic and character are a major plus. The question is that will the Navy allow him some leeway in terms of the service commitment that he is required to fulfill. A Tennessee native.