5 undrafted rookies most likely to make the Tennessee Titans roster

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Caleb Murphy, Tennessee Titans
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5. Caleb Murphy EDGE, Ferris State

Murphy has already done enough to get a shout-out from Jim Wyatt in one of his OTA observation articles after a would-be sack on Malik Willis. Given his incredible production throughout his decorated collegiate career, Murphy is going to be someone to watch once practices start to get more physical.

If he is up to the task he could be a special teams player who adds depth at EDGE behind Harold Landry, Arden Key, Denico Autry, and Rashad Weaver.

4. John Ojukwu OL, Boise State

Ojukwu was the Tennessee Titans' highest-rated UDFA according to Dane Brugler's draft guide, and like Peter Skoronski and possibly Jaelyn Duncan, Ojukwu is another long-time tackle who might kick inside at the next level.

""Overall, Ojukwu’s tape shows a workable frame, athletic movements and spurts of strength, but improved balance and body control will be crucial for him to carve out an NFL career. His best long-term position might be inside as a zone- blocking guard.""

Dane Brugler

While Daniel Brunskill will almost certainly start at right guard for the Tennessee Titans this season, guys like Ojukwu and Duncan make sense as contenders to replace him down the line. Also after getting burned by injuries for two straight years, having depth on the offensive line has to be a priority for Mike Vrabel.