If you see one I've overlooked, please add it to the thread: SportingNews: C- Let's start with the good. The Titans kept up their interior offensive line upgrade theme, adding Alabama guard Chance Warmack and California center Brian Scwhenke to join free-agent addition Andy Levitre. But getting wide receiver Justin Hunter from Tennessee is a boom-bust proposition, and both Connecticut cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden need more polish to be impact players. John McClain: A- An excellent draft. The best guard in Warmack. They moved up to get Hunter, who could start as a rookie. Wreh-Wilson might start, too, but he may become the nickel corner. Gooden plays the run well and should excel on special teams. Mel Kiper: B+ The Titans may not have any idea what will become of Jake Locker. I don't know either. But they sure as heck should be better running the ball in 2013 behind the line they're building, and between whatever pressure that takes off Locker and the addition of yet another receiver, they can say they gave him a chance. CBS Sports: B+ Even with the addition of expensive free-agent Andy Levitre, the Titans wanted to get more physical up front to give Jake Locker and Chris Johnson breathing room. Chance Warmack certainly will do that, and center Brian Schwenke, a former guard, will prove a quality center early in his career, as well. No one found better pure athletes on the second day than the Titans, who, with wide receiver Justin Hunter, cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson and outside linebacker Zaviar Gooden might have three quarters of an Olympic track team. The only concern is that each has shown thus far to be better athletes than football players ... The Titans' draft won't get mentioned by many as one of the top classes. But if some of these athletes turn out, Tennessee might have put itself in position to jump into real playoff contention with their aggressive off-season.