The Tennessee Titans own the 33rd overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, and this is what the updated big board looks like on the eve of day two.
1. (12) Randy Gregory EDGE, Nebraska
Boneheaded moves aside, Randy Gregory was touted all year as a potential top-five pick heading into the 2015 NFL Draft. His size, speed, instincts, and pass rush arsenal make him tough to pass on here and he should be a player that the Tennessee Titans are wary of passing on considering how he could slide to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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2. (18) La’el Collins OL, LSU
La’el Collins is versatile and a great overall player. While he ended up as the 18th highest player on my board, recent criminal concerns have caused him to fall. Now, that fall is in spite of every report coming out and saying that he is not a suspect in the murder teams are scared of so hopefully for the talented young man these are just rumors.
3. (27) Landon Collins S, Alabama
The Tennessee Titans don’t really need a safety, but if they did Landon Collins would be a steal here. Whether you want him to thump in the running game or cover the tight end, he can do it. His one big knock (other than being an Alabama defender which scares coaches) is that he isn’t a top-end athlete and doesn’t have as much flexibility in his hips as some would like.
4.(29) Eric Kendricks LB, UCLA
The former UCLA linebacker may have someone pounding the table for him in the Tennessee Titans organization with Lou Spanos (his former coach) very familiar with him. He is almost the opposite of Landon Collins, he has great flexibility but he isn’t really they thumper despite his productivity.
5. (34) T.J. Clemmings OT, Pitt
If I was just going to do this based off of draft crushes, Clemmings would have been number one. He is essentially David Stewart reborn in his ability to decimate offensive linemen in the running game and he and Chance Warmack could solidify the right side of the offensive line.