All About the O-H


Possibly a record breaking 16 players from The Ohio State University could be drafted in the upcoming 2016 NFL Draft.  And the Titans are definitely watching.

According to NFL Network reporter Albert Breer, Head Coach Mike Mularkey, and General Manager Jon Robinson have flew into Columbus to hold private workouts with DE Joey Bosa, LB Darron Lee, S Vonn Bell, S Tyvis Powell and DL Adolphus Washington.

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Of that group, Bosa is the only realistic option at the No.1 slot but the other names are very intriguing beginning in the middle of the first round.

Many scouts believe the group of talent that Ohio State is producing can translate to the National Football League and become terrific players.

The Titans secondary in today’s NFL is not considered young or old but rather experienced with all starters having at least six years in the league. That being said, the Titans have shown a lot of interest in adding a young, dynamic secondary player to their group of seasoned veterans. That whole may be filled by cornerback Jalen Ramsey with the No.1 pick.

If not Ramsey, safety Vonn Bell and the multi-dimensional Darron Lee could be the answer. Both players are big, physical and embody the type of players a team needs in the modern NFL. Lee, only at 6’1″, is listed as a linebacker for the draft. On tape, his combination of toughness and consistent habit of tackling low shows how he makes up for the lack of size at the position.

Bell, Lee as well as Powell and Washington might not be there at number 33 when the Titans get their second shot. If the Titans decide one of them fits their scheme and is an astounding talent, it wouldn’t be surprising if they trade back into the first round.

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