Check out who the Titans have visits set up with or have met with.
Free agency is entering its final wave and the NFL Draft is just a little over a month away. With #DraftSZN in full swing, the Tennessee Titans have done and will continue to do an extensive amount of homework on every eligible NFL Draft prospect. Here are all the rumors of who the Titans have met with and who they have visits or workouts set up with.
Workouts/Visits Set Up With Team
This workout is very interesting because the team worked him out as a cornerback. A tweener between CB and S, Melifonwu demolished the combine and has been shooting up draft boards. At 6’4″ and 220 lbs., there are a lot of raw physical traits to work with.
The Titans are going to draft a tight end. All of the signs are pointing to that being the case. The question is whether they place a premium on the position and attack it in the first round, or wait until the middle rounds.
The top tight end prospect in the draft has official visits set up with the Titans and many other teams.
A combine snub, Yancey is an underrated wide receiver that could be a steal in the mid-rounds. The Titans are doing their homework on wide receivers and tight ends, that’s for sure.
A small-school tight end on a meteoric rise, Shaheen is generating a lot of hype before the draft.
Mack is the AAC’s career leading rusher and USF’s career best rusher, all-purpose yardage leader, and career touchdown leader.
Had 73 tackles, 11 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and 3 interceptions in only 12 starts in his career with the Trojans.
Met With at Pro Day
I can already tell that Jon Robinson will fall in love with Rivers, just as many draft analysts have. The Titans have a need for a pass rusher and Rivers fits the bill. He’s likely to be a day two pick, but could sneak into the first round. If the Titans trade down, Rivers could very well be a main target.
There is so much to like about Reddick, most of all his versatility and ability to play both inside and outside linebacker spots. Dick LeBeau would be ecstatic to get his hands on him.
Jon Robinson is likely looking to find some backup depth along the offensive line.
Darboh has had a tremendous offseason and is beginning to shoot up draft boards. The Titans have taken notice.
Charlton would need to be scooped up with the 18th pick, a point in the draft where the Titans should probably be focusing on wide receiver and cornerback more. But edge defender is a need and Charlton profiles nicely for the NFL.
Titans defensive line coach Nick Eason put Allen through a private workout at his Pro Day and met with him at the combine. The Titans have shown a lot of interest in Allen and for good reason; he’s a well-spoken guy, a productive college player, and a Jon Robinson prototype.
A long, fast cornerback from MTSU, Cutrer played with Titans safety Kevin Byard for one year together.
Met With at Combine
The Wesley Woodyard extension probably takes Cunningham out of consideration for the 18th pick, but Cunningham would be a dynamic playmaker in the middle of the field for the Titans.
My heart fluttered when I read that Davis met with the Titans and he “loves to block”. I’m melting.
Tomlinson did yeoman’s work on the Bama defensive line while his other teammates got all the shine. Jon Robinson probably loves him.
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The Titans will have met with all the wide receivers in the world by the time the draft is actually here.
Met With at Senior Bowl
Kpassagnon had a really nice Senior Bowl and could be a target for the Titans in the third or fourth round. The Titans need an edge defender behind Derrick Morgan and Brian Orakpo.
Taco’s defensive line teammate isn’t much of an athletic specimen, but he was a solid college player that could carve out a role as a rotational defensive lineman at the next level.
Moton is getting first-to-second round hype. It wouldn’t make sense for the Titans to invest in him at that price point, but it’s notable that the Titans are meeting with an offensive lineman, especially one who can play guard.
I have no idea what the draft value for a long snapper is, to be honest.