1. Who is on the field for the Tennessee Titans?
In this eight-man draft class, there are really two players that are going to draw a lot of attention from the media members in attendance.
First will be Rashad Weaver who has a legal issue going on, but if everything is clear then he could be a great steal for the Tennessee Titans.
The fourth-round pick spent his career as a traditional defensive end in a 4-3 scheme, lining up in the C-gap and dealing with tackles and tight ends. What makes him even more intriguing for the Titans is that he lined up almost exclusively at defensive tackle during the Senior Bowl and he has the frame, skills, athleticism, and temperament to be a factor at either position.
If he can play this fall, he has a chance to be the third EDGE on the depth chart while simultaneously being the third defensive tackle on the depth chart. His versatility will remind fans a lot of Denico Autry who the team just signed in free agency.
The other player Caleb Farley, the Tennessee Titans’ first-round pick that drew rave reviews as a prospect. The glaring flaw in Farley’s resume is his health and the concern that he would not be able to practice until the season started.
Seeing Farley working in some capacity would be a huge relief for the Titans fans and (though they would not admit it) the coaching staff as well.