7-round Tennessee Titans 2016 NFL Mock Draft

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Dec 7, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Michigan State Spartans running back Jeremy Langford (33) is tackled by Ohio State Buckeyes defensive linemen Noah Spence (8) and Adolphus Washington (92) during the Big Ten Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Round 5: Noah Spence EDGE, Eastern Kentucky

Why they should draft him:

Look, I know this is another edge player and it might not be what the Titans want from a positional standpoint, but the value here is crazy.

Spence is one of the most dominant small school players in the country right now and he has shown up when he needs too. He is a force off of the edge and as much as we all love the combination of Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan, in this league you can’t have enough pass rushers.

Value is key in these rounds and Ruston Webster needs to take some big chances to get some big hits.

Why they may not draft him:

Players with off the field issues are hard to fall in love with for a coach, even harder when you have actually been kicked out a school for these problems.

He has admitted an addiction to drugs already, and teams are always nervous to touch players like this. If they feel he has truly turned over a new leaf then they won’t hesitate, but if they don’t feel confident he could be off of the team’s board completely.