Titans Likely 3-Up Draft Board (7 rounds)

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Jeff_The_Fan, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. Jeff_The_Fan

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    These are predictions on players targeted by the Titans based on team needs, player rankings and likely availability:

    (10) 1 - Jonathan Cooper - G – North Carolina 6’2 311lb 5.0/40
    Chance Womack - G – Alabama – 6’2 322lb 5.4/40
    Bjorn Werner – DE – Florida State - 6’3 268lb 4.83/40

    (40) 2 – Justin Hunter – WR – Tennessee - 6’4 196 4.36/40, 39.5’ vertical
    Quinton Patton – WR - 6’0 205 Louisiana Tech 4.48/40 33 vertical
    Barrett Jones C/G - Alabama – 6’4 306lb 5.3/40

    (70) 3 – Malliciah Goodwin – DE – Clemson - 6’4 276 4.78/40
    John Simon – DE - Ohio State 6’2 257 lb 4.66/40
    Robert Alford – CB – Southeastern Lousiana 5’10 188lb 4.39/40

    (93) 3 - Dwayne Gratz – CB – Connecticut 5’11 201lb 4.47/40
    Logan Ryan – CB – Rutgers 5’11 191lb 4.56/40
    Lavar Edwards – DE - LSU 6’4 277lb 4.75/40

    (107) 4 – D.J. Swearinger – FS – South Carolina - 5’11 208lb 4.63/40
    Josh Evans - FS – Florida 6’1 207 lb 4.58/40
    Brian Schwenke - C/G California 6’3 302 lb

    (142) 5. Chris Faulk – T – LSU – 6’6 331lb 5.08/40
    Brennon Williams – T – North Carolina, 6’6 318lb 5.15/40
    Chris Gragg – TE – Arkansas, 6’3 244lb 4.46/40

    (202) 6. Jake Stoneburner - TE – Ohio State - 6’4 252 lb 4.62/40
    Mychal Rivera – TE – UT 6’3 242 lb 4.81/40
    Zach Stacy – RB – Vanderbilt – 4.53/40 , 5’9 216

    (216) 7. Sean Renfro - QB - Duke - 6’3 219lb - 4.76/40
    Jordan Rodgers – QB – Vanderbilt - 6’1 212 lb- 4.78/40
    Steve Beauharnais – SLB – Rutgers - 6’1 236 lb

    (248) 7. Kniles Davis – RB Arkansas – 6’0 227lb 4.35/40
    Michael Ford – RB – LSU – 5’10 210l 4.42/40
    Albert Rosette – MLB – Nevada – 6’2 245 4.84/40
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  2. xpmar9x

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    D.J. Swearinger in the fourth? Don't see it, he's a late 2nd in my eyes.
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  3. Big Time Titan

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    Gotta give you an A for effort. I have no idea who any of those guys are outside of the 1st rounders but you seem to have put some time and thought into this thread. You done good Jeff.
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  4. Titanup1982

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    I would jump for joy if we got Knile Davis in the 7th round.
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  5. Brew City

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    I would absolutely love that draft. Hope that happens except switch Cooper for Warmack.
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  6. The Playmaker

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    Really good draft but I don't see us taking a TE this year and we'll probably take a MLB sometime in the draft.
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  7. Jeff_The_Fan

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    Here is a little more information on my reasoning behind a couple of players:
    Jonathan Cooper is considered a little more athletic than Womack and just as many dominating blocks in college. The majority of respected mock drafts now have Cooper before Womack.
    DJ Swearinger - FS - NFL Draft Scout dot com has him rated as the #115 player overall and the number #6 Free Safety. I had Titans picking him at 109. Some see him as a strong safety.
    Knile Davis - RB - He was very good under Petrino. But last year, he averaged just 3.4 yards on 112 carries with two touchdowns. Rated #20 RB and #261 overall.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Umm where is LeVeon Bell in your draft? You know, the best RB coming out this year....
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  9. Jeff_The_Fan

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    Le'vean Bell, Michigan State, 6'2 230, 4.56/40. Nice Player! If Titans had not signed a big back already they may would consider him in 3rd of 4th round. Among running backs he is likely the 6 thru 9 on most lists and likely a 3rd or 4th rounder.
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