Tennessee Titans: 5 Potential Breakout Player Hopefuls for 2014

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Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Cornerback)

November 24, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Tennessee Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (29) celebrates after a defensive stop during the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum. The Titans defeated the Raiders 23-19. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Alterraun Verner is a borderline stud corner. He’s also a free agent. With it looking like he could bolt for more cash in free agency, the Titans could have to cope with the reality that they may need to find more help at corner. That, or former third round pick Wreh-Wilson will be counted on to take a big leap as a starter in 2014. The real question, though, would that be a realistic hope or expectation?

Coming out of Connecticut, Wreh-Wilson was praised for his willingness in run support, while he clearly has the size and length to create havoc for receivers on the outside. However, he does not appear to have the long speed or fluidity to be a major factor against slot receivers. Whether or not he’s able to improve in that area could be the key difference between Wreh-Wilson stepping up for the Titans or floundering.