For a roster with several Pro Bowlers and players who were nearly Pro Bowlers on it, the Tennessee Titans have some glaring holes that need to be filled.
Ran Carthon and Mike Vrabel did a solid job in free agency getting several starters on a budget. Andre Dillard and Daniel Brunskill should immediately step in and upgrade the offensive line. Azeez Al-Shaair and Arden Key will almost certainly be factors on defense and both look like they will have roles on base downs and in sub packages.
Even guys like Treyvon Wesco (blocking tight end) and Sean Murphy-Bunting (slot cornerback) could be starters if they win camp battles during the preseason.
Then the draft happened and the Tennessee Titans somehow turned the 11th pick, a second-round pick, two third-round picks, and three Day 3 picks into one starter and five backups. A draft like this shouldn't happen again thanks to the signing of Anthony Robinson to be the team's Assistant GM and presumably their draft expert.
Going strictly by BPA instead of trying to fill holes on the roster, the Tennessee Titans inadvertently gave this class of UDFAs a chance to genuinely compete for a spot on the 53-man roster this season.
You could make the case for several UDFAs who will be in a position to win a roster spot in training camp, but these five stand out as the players most likely to make the roster.