Here's my thoughts on it: Warmack: Love the pick. If finding a guy who can consistently open holes for the next decade is a "safe" pick, I'm okay with being "safe". Nothing improves the Titans next season more than making the run game effective, IMO. Hunter: I am not excited about this pick or giving up a third next season to get him. I'm a Vols fan and love his talent but I saw too many drops to think he's anything close to a sure thing. I see boom or bust here. Wreh-Wilson: I know nothing of the kid but like the idea of a tall CB to put up against some of the league's taller WRs. I hope it means more jamming at the line of scrimmage next season. Gooden: This one left me scratching my head. I understand needing depth at LB. I wondered if the goal might be to make this guy into a SS. He might be BPA but I don't see how he gets on the field except for special teams. Maybe Williams/Gray want him and Brown on the field together in passing situations. For now, he needs to be a special teams beast. Schwenke: I know nothing of the guy and thought the Titans were happy with Velasco. Apparently, they aren't. Mayock loves his speed so that's a pretty solid endorsement. It might mean this is Velasco's last season as I don't see the Titans signing him longterm for just a backup role. Edwards: I like this pick for depth and he seems to have the physical tools to become starting material. Wooten: I know nothing of the kid except for what I've read since the pick. Seems to be a value here with some possible return skills. 17 reps for a 210 lb. player is pretty nice so should be able to hold his own against big WRs and might be the future gunner. Stafford: I know nothing of him either except he's strong (21 reps) and will need to stand out on special teams to make the roster. Overall, I wanted Tank in the second and was sure that was why the Titans traded up. I'm hopeful Hunter can be that outside, deep threat the Titans haven't had for some time. The Gooden pick has me scratching my head but the OL upgrades have me excited. The late picks were used on players with tools so let's hope one or more can make an impact on special teams next season.