Tennessee Titans

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1.1010Chance Warmack, OG
from Alabama
The Titans have ignored the interior of their offensive line. Warmack is maybe the best overall player in the draft and we're happy to see him here at #10.
2.0940Johnathan Hankins, DT
from Ohio State
The Titans bolstered the interior of the offensive line in round one, and now look to the defensive line in round two. Tennessee isn't likely to pay current DT Marks what he'll want on the open market, and Hankins is a great replacement.
3.0870Da'Rick Rogers, WR
from Tennessee Tech
Without the off the field concerns, Da'Rick Rodgers is a lock in the first round for us. Kenny Britt isn't gonna stick around after 2013, and while Kendall Wright is a nice tool to have, the Titans still need a player that can be a true #1 threat.
4.10104Marcus Lattimore, RB
from South Carolina
Sure, there are some question marks surrounding Lattimore's availability for 2013, but all signs are point towards a strong recovery at this point. Tennessee can find a decent running back in free agency to split time with CJ this year if need be. By the time 2014 rolls around, Lattimore could be the full time starter, and is a tremendous home run opportunity here with the 104th pick in the draft.
5.09135David Bass, DE
from Missouri Western State
Bass is raw, but the Titans have two solid starters at DE. They love the athletic potential and upside here, and after some strong showings at the E/W Shrine Game, they love what his future could hold in Tennessee.
7.10200Brad Sorensen, QB
from Southern Utah
Matt Hasselbeck has one foot out the door, and Rusty Smith is, well, Rusty Smith. Quarterback may not be a pressing issue in 2013, but it will be soon after that. Sorensen is a high character guy that we like a lot, and his work at the Combine was impressive. He'll fight to make the 53 this year, but we like his future whether his 2013 is spent there on on the practice squad.

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