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    Lightbulb Complete List of Combine, Senior Bowl, Interviews and Workouts for the Titans

    Here we go

    Antonio Andrews - RB - Western Kentucky - 4.82 40-Yard Dash - 5'10 225 - Combine Interview

    Anthony Barr - LB - UCLA - 4.66 40-Yard Dash - 6'5 255 - Private Interview and Workout

    Shaquil Barrett - LB - Colorado State - 4.76 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 250 - Private Interview

    Blake Bortles - QB - UCF - 4.9 40-Yard Dash - 6'5 230 - Combine Interview

    Preston Brown - LB - Louisville - 4.86 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 250 - Local Visit

    Derek Carr - QB - Fresno State - 4.7 40-Yard Dash - 6'2 214 - Senior Bowl, Combine, Private

    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix - S - Alabama - 4.58 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 208 - Private Interview and Workout

    Kadeem Edwards - G - Tennessee State - 5.25 40-Yard Dash - 6'4 313 - Local Visit

    Cameron Fleming - T - Stanford - 5.28 40-Yard Dash - 6'4 323 - Private Interview and Workout

    Kyle Fuller - CB - Virginia Tech - 4.49 40-Yard Dash - 6' 190 - Pro Day

    Jimmy Garoppolo - QB - Eastern Illinois - 4.97 40-Yard Dash - 6'2 226 - Private Int. and Work.

    Garrett Gilbert - QB - SMU - 4.86 40-Yard Dash - 6'4 220 - Private Interview and Workout

    Ra'Shede Hageman - DT - Minnesota - 5.02 40-Yard Dash - 6'5 310 - Pro Day

    Jeremy Hill - RB - LSU - 4.66 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 233 - Private Interview and Workout

    Carlos Hyde - RB - Ohio State - 4.66 40-Yard Dash - 6' 230 - Private Interview and Workout

    JaWaun James - T - Tennessee - 5.34 40-Yard Dash - 6'6 310 - Local Visit

    Tim Jernigan - DT - Florida State - 5.06 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 299 - Private Int. and Workout

    A.C Leonard - TE - Tennessee State - 4.5 40-Yard Dash - 6'3 252 - Local Visit

    Tre Mason - RB - Auburn - 4.5 40-Yard Dash - 5'9 207 - Combine and Private

    Jordan Matthews - WR - Vanderbilt - 4.46 40-Yard Dash - 6'3 212 - SR Bowl and Local

    Zach Mettenberger - QB - LSU - 5.18 40-Yard Dash - 6'5 225 - Pro Day and Private

    CJ Mosely - LB - Alabama - 4.67 40-Yard Dash - 6'2 234 - Private Workout and Interview

    Aaron Murray - QB - Georgia - 4.84 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 206 - Private and Pro Day

    Calvin Pryor - S - Louisville - 4.48 40-Yard Dash - 5'11 196 - Private Workout and Interview

    Demetrius Rhaney - C - Tennessee State - 4.93 40-Yard Dash - 6'2 301 - Local

    Bradley Roby - CB - Ohio State - 4.39 40-Yard Dash - 5'11 194 - Private Workout and Interview

    Charles Sawyer - CB - Ole Miss - 4.54 40-Yard Dash - 5'10 183 - Pro Day

    Connor Shaw - QB - South Carolina - 4.66 40-Yard Dash - 6' 206 - Pro Day and Private

    Charles Sims - RB - West Virginia - 4.48 40-Yard Dash - 6' 214 - Private Workout and Interview

    Marcus Smith - LB - Louisville - 4.68 40-Yard Dash - 6'3 251 - Private Workout and Interview

    James Stone - C - Tennessee - 5.17 40-Yard Dash - 6'4 306 - Local Visit

    David Van **** - S - Tennessee State - 4.48 40-Yard Dash - 5'11 196 - Local Visit

    Terrance West - RB - Towson - 4.54 40-Yard Dash - 5'9 225 - Private Workout and Interview

    Avery Williamson - LB - Kentucky - 4.66 40-Yard Dash - 6'1 246 - Local Visit


    Some Observations

    - 34 players on the list. 7 Quarterbacks, 6 Linebackers, 6 Running Backs, 3 Cornerbacks, 3 Safeties, 2 Tackles, 2 Centers, 2 Defensive Tackles, 1 Guard, 1 Wide Receiver and 1 Tight End. So 19 of the 34 players were QB, LB or RB.

    - 4 players from Tennessee State and 3 from Louisville

    - Interesting that they have multiple players at DT and DB that are projected as late 1st to early 2nd round picks. Picks that seemingly would either be a reach at 11 or gone by the 2nd round.

    - Several of the offensive linemen are projected as 2nd-3rd round picks. Would they take a tackle or center with the 2nd round pick? Or just research in case one is an option in the 4th round?

    - Connor Shaw? I couldn't do that enough

    - Interesting to me that they are looking at several safeties projected as 1st or 2nd round picks. Are they looking to get rid of Michael Griffin?

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    Also worth mentioning that the Titans had a meeting set up with A.J McCarron and he cancelled said he was too sick to make it. They didn't reschedule another meeting.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-titans-visit/

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    cant wait for the draft, What are we 10 days away?
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    I continue to get a strange feeling that Mosely is very much in play at 11. Some may be against it but it's a great start to a regime. A talented young LB who can step in day one and not only be a starter but a leader on defense. Such an addition would allow us to bump Brown outside to our rotation of pass rushers. Sure it's far from sexy but it's a solid, safe pick that also feels a need.

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    I can't remember how long its been but its a pretty good streak where the Titans 1st round pick has been somebody they had a visit with leading up to the draft. I can't remember how exactly how long but its +10 years.

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    Yea we like to pick guys we met with. Mosley is a good player, would be a bit of a reach at 11, but hey most not named Barr will be (if he's gone -- 11 is too early for a likely pick like Mosley or Gilbert).

    3 meetings with Carr. Hope he's gone by 11, do not want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnocOnYoBloc View Post
    Yea we like to pick guys we met with. Mosley is a good player, would be a bit of a reach at 11, but hey most not named Barr will be (if he's gone -- 11 is too early for a likely pick like Mosley or Gilbert).

    3 meetings with Carr. Hope he's gone by 11, do not want!
    I've tried to sell myself on Carr but I can't. He very well develop into a good starting quarterback but I'd much rather wait till the second and snatch up Murray. If we could begin with Mosely and Murray I don't think you have to question or wonder about leadership in the locker room or "cancers". Those two would instantly become leaders for both sides of the ball.

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    Also, I've read Mike Glennon could be had for a mid-late round pick. How would we feel about picking up Glennon for a 6th or 7th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVA_Titan View Post
    I've tried to sell myself on Carr but I can't. He very well develop into a good starting quarterback but I'd much rather wait till the second and snatch up Murray. If we could begin with Mosely and Murray I don't think you have to question or wonder about leadership in the locker room or "cancers". Those two would instantly become leaders for both sides of the ball.
    Carr looks halfway decent but a few things worried me. Took all his snaps out of the shotgun and notice how flustered he looks / how bad is accuracy gets when he's blitzed? He's a pretty accurate guy, but when the pocket breaks down, he does not have the poise/toughness to step up and make the good throw, and toughness/poise isn't something you can teach. Clean pocket, he's a damn good Qb, but I wouldn't take him at 11.

    Murray is the pick I want at 42 over anyone else.

    Regarding Glennon, rather draft a QB but a 6th/7th would be worth it. His rookie QB coach with TB is also now our QB coach btw. Doubt we trade for him though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnocOnYoBloc View Post
    Carr looks halfway decent but a few things worried me. Took all his snaps out of the shotgun and notice how flustered he looks / how bad is accuracy gets when he's blitzed? He's a pretty accurate guy, but when the pocket breaks down, he does not have the poise/toughness to step up and make the good throw, and toughness/poise isn't something you can teach. Clean pocket, he's a damn good Qb, but I wouldn't take him at 11.

    Murray is the pick I want at 42 over anyone else.

    Regarding Glennon, rather draft a QB but a 6th/7th would be worth it. His rookie QB coach with TB is also now our QB coach btw. Doubt we trade for him though.
    Murray at 42 is a dream come true if it happens.

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    I think Glennon would be great if they would take a 6th-7th, then the titans could keep drafting other needs early instead of having to go with a qb in the second or fourth.
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    I'd like mettenberger or carr if we go QB in the 3rd or 4th...assuming we are able to get a 3rd...ebron and hyde are my picks for 1st and 2nd....if no ebron then barr
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpgmaster86 View Post
    I'd like mettenberger or carr if we go QB in the 3rd or 4th...assuming we are able to get a 3rd...ebron and hyde are my picks for 1st and 2nd....if no ebron then barr
    I highly doubt either qb makes it to the 3rd, Carr likely doesn't make it out of the first. I'm not completely sold on Ebron especially after the great first season Walker just had. Hyde in the second is a solid choice but we may be wise to wait on a rb.

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    I can't see how they possibly take Ebron at #11 considering that Walker is a very solid every down player, under contract and a team leader in the locker room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcityroller View Post
    I can't see how they possibly take Ebron at #11 considering that Walker is a very solid every down player, under contract and a team leader in the locker room.
    I think Whiz likes 2 TE sets
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