4. Sleeper teams
From talking to some people, I think there have been three Pro Days that the Titans have sent anonymous scouts to, which indicates some interest.
Since none of the big-name front office members attended these Pro Days and since Mike Vrabel wasn’t named, I think that the best way to interpret this is to look at these teams with sleeper prospects or teams that had prospects that Tennessee felt like they needed more information on.
These teams are Florida, UCF and UMass.
Kadarius Toney is the biggest name out of this group, and it is easy to connect the dots with the Titans needing a wide receiver or two in this draft. However, I think that would be the type of interest that you would send someone who ranks higher than (no disrespect) just a scout.
Aaron Robinson and Richie Grant are very interesting defensive backs from UCF if they were to fall into the middle of Day 2, so I would keep an eye on them. Also, UCF WR/TE Jacob Harris is sort of the king of sleepers at this point thanks to a great Dane Brugler article, so keep an eye on him as a guy who the Titans may use a Day 3 pick on to supplement and possibly replace Anthony Firkser.
Speaking of that same Brugler article, the only UMass player with a shot at getting drafted is the athletic offensive tackle Larnel Coleman who is also the team captain.