Round 5, pick 157: Derick Roberson EDGE, Sam Houston State
At this point the Venn diagram of players available and players that make sense for Jon Robinson is shrinking to almost non-existent status. One of the few names left is Roberson.
Roberson is a pretty good athlete that gives great effort on a consistent basis. As a former Texas player who was a 4-star recruit, you know that he has plenty of potential and he finally seemed to show it in his final year at Sam Houston State.
The Titans need an EDGE, so if you are going to take a guy for depth purposes with upside you could do a lot worse than Roberson.
Round 6, pick 188: John Lovett QB/RB/WR/ST, Princeton
Lovett is a strange prospect, but he reminds me a lot of Joe Webb. A college QB who is athletic and did a lot of different things for his college.
I don’t know that he is going to be one of those famous New England stories where a player from a school with a small football program turns into a really nice asset for a team. What I can tell you is that everyone keeps saying that the Titans could be looking at a QB late in the draft, and they could bring Lovett in as a quarterback knowing that if they saw that he didn’t have much of a future there they could find a way to use him.