Tennessee Titans draft: Ranking 3 potential third-day cornerbacks

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. . Trill Williams, Syracuse . 2. player. 827.

Tennessee Titans fans might have found Williams while eying his teammate.

Now, raise your hands, and be totally truthful. How many of you missed every single football game that the Syracuse Orange participated in this season? What about last season? Nope? No dice?

Now, don’t be too hard on yourselves if this applies to you. Unless they were playing Clemson or somebody, this probably would have been one that you might have clicked off of.

Heck, we imagine that there were a few members of the student section that probably decided that even they would leave their seats at the Carrier Dome and see if they could hit the exits a little early.

We’re teasing of course (kind of), but in all honesty, the Orange has put their fair share of greats into the NFL, and this season, that list might grow some.

Many of you football needs already know safety and cornerback hybrid Ifeatu Melifonwu. He’s on a lot of radars, but if you did see a couple of Syracuse football games, then you already know Trill Williams too.

He’s six-foot-three. He tips the scales at 213 pounds, and in 27 games at the collegiate level, he notched 92 stops, four interceptions, and three forced fumbles. Expect him to come off of draft boards early on Day 3.