Which players are the Tennessee Titans most likely to take on Day 2

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The Tennessee Titans filled a need on the offensive line last night with Alabama's J.C. Latham, but what will they do tonight?

At this point, everyone knows that Ran Carthon doesn't have a 3rd round pick this year and that means that the Titans are in an interesting position.

On one hand, the run on quarterbacks and offensive linemen in the first round means that they are guaranteed to have a good player fall to them with the 38th pick. Guys like Cooper DeJean, Adonai Mitchell, Johnny Newton, and Kool-Aid McKinstry would all be great value picks in the second round.

But on the other hand, someone could have a prospect that they love on the board, and the Titans could trade down and try to add more Day 2 picks.

What they decide to do will all come down to which players they think they can get in a trade-down vs the player that they are guaranteed with the 38th pick.

No one knows what the Tennessee Titans draft board looks like, but we do know the players that they have shown a special interest in thanks to the top-30 visits. Day 2 is a total crapshoot and teams are going to take massive reaches because they are in love with a player's personality and his projected role on their team.

That makes it a little bit hard to figure out which players to filter out, but I used Dane Brugler's draft guide to filter out everyone who was ranked as a 5th-round pick or lower and these are the players to keep an eye on tonight.

1. Kool-Aid McKinstry CB, Alabama
2. Roman Wilson WR, Michigan
3. Junior Colson LB, Michigan
4. MarShawn Lloyd RB, USC
5. Kris Abrams-Draine CB, Missouri
6. Jarvis Brownlee CB, Louisville
7. Caelen Carson CB, Wake Forest
8. T'Vondre Sweat NT, Texas
9. Jalyx Hunt EDGE, Houston Christian

Now, the Tennessee Titans could certainly take someone that isn't on this list. All we know for sure is that the Titans were interested enough in these players to fly them to Nashville and dig deeper into their personality and their background.

There has been a lot of talk about T'Vondre Sweat as an option at 38, but the OTP emphasized and reemphasized that they had heard how important it was to get a great culture fit for this franchise and that some of the players had been removed from the board for character issues. People can defend him how they want, but at the end of the day, he is a prospect who already had maturity concerns and who just had to keep his nose clean for one offseason, but still ended up getting a DUI.

Something to note here is that nearly half of these players are cornerbacks. If the Titans stick at 38 and McKinstry is there, don't be surprised if they draft him even though there isn't an immediate need at the position. And if the Titans trade back keep an eye on a corner as an option with one of those picks.