December 28, 2011; San Diego, CA, USA; Texas Longhorns safety Kenny Vaccaro (4) and teammates celebrate following a 21-10 win against the California Golden Bears in the Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NFL Mock Draft: Titans Uniting Texas Boys


Another 2013 NFL mock draft has been released by FanSided.com and they’re singing a different tune for the Tennessee Titans pick this time after weeks of the same pick.

The Titans had been getting OL Chance Warmack week after week, which is still definitely a possibility, but adding a long-term solution next to FS Michael Griffin isn’t a stretch either.

SS George Wilson did recently join the Titans, solidifying one of the Titans weakest spots. That being said, Wilson is 32 and only signed a two-year deal with the Titans. He’s currently penciled in, at least in my mind, as the starter next to Michael Griffin. The Titans focus for the moment is on the offensive line, but should they be able to fill the holes they have their during free agency the could easily use the first pick to boost their safety position even more, especially considering the pitiful depth they have there.

Oct 6, 2012; Austin, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns safety Kenny Vaccaro (4) looks into the back field during the game against the West Virginia Mountaineers at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. West Virginia beat Texas 48-45. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

It all will come down to who’s on the board. The Titans could go plenty of different ways. Warmack, Werner, Milliner, and Vaccaro are just a few of the options. With 57 days remaining until the 2013 NFL Draft, there are still plenty of variables in play. We’ll keep speculating right up until the moment of the pick, but everybody’s shooting in the dark until then.

Then again, how is that any different than any other draft?

 

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  • PastyRasta

    With the signing of Wilson picking Vacarro makes no sense IMO obviously its all based on who is on the board but with Millner running a sub 4’4 40and with his size he’s the guy I’d like to see them snag if not then Warmack or Cooper from NC he did the most reps on the bench press at the combine is really athletic and play center or guard

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      The thing about Wilson is that he’s 32 and only signed a 2 year deal. Taking Vacarro would be a long-term fix.

      I could see them going with any of those guys you mentioned, though. This draft is so up in the air right now. It’s very hard to say what they’ll do.

  • PastyRasta

    I agree with you but check out out Bacarri Rambo & Shawn Williams of Georgia or Eric Reid of LSU obviously they don’t grade out as high as Vacarro but they could be a solid pick in the 3rd especially if they get the compensatory pick. Look at how good Houston has become because of their O-line & D line, I know O-line picks aren’t sexy but they need line help IMO more than anything. Vacarro is good but IMO he’s not top 10 good again just my opinion. I also think Millner will be a top 5 pick based on his combine performance. One guy to watch is Ezekiel Ansah of BYU, I saw him play a lot (I’m from Utah) and he’s only been playing football for a few years he’s an athletic freak & could have a Javon Kearse type impact. He also is still learning the game which is scary he could be really good a 6’6 275 DE who runs like a Safety very intriguing…

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      I’ll have to check out Ansah. And I’m a big Rambo fan. Kind of hoping they take him.

      And with Milliner, I suppose if he’s still on the board he’s a good pick, I just feel like the Titans have other spots that could use the talent more. Then again, it all really depends on who is left on the board by the time the Titans pick

      • PastyRasta

        Obviously a lot can and will change between now and draft day…Millner is big enough to play safety but his combine performance takes him off the board by pick 10 IMO Todd McShay called Warmack the best Guard prospect in the last decade if he’s on the board you gotta grab him they need an anchor for the o-line