Combine snubs the Tennessee Titans could target in the 2020 NFL Draft

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A sizable portion of players drafted in April will not be working out for NFL teams at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Which of these players could the Titans target?

If you know Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson, you know that he turns over every stone when he prepares for the draft.

The NFL Scouting Combine is a great place for NFL hopefuls to build their draft stock in preparation for the draft in Las Vegas. However, plenty of this class’ prospects were not invited, and thus have to build their stock in other places, like the NFL’s secondary combines and their respective college’s Pro Day.

The Titans under Robinson have been picking up value on days two and three since the very beginning, snagging Kevin Byard, LeShaun Sims, and Tajae Sharpe in Robinson’s first draft in 2016.

This shows that this team is willing to search for diamonds in the rough, and some of those diamonds may not be in Indianapolis later this month.

Note: A whole lot of tape was collected into a massive spreadsheet by the wonderful people over at /r/NFL_Draft, who deserve as much praise for their work as they can possibly be given. That spreadsheet, and all that tape helped a lot in the creation of this piece.