The Titans and University of Washington quarterback Jake Locker are in a serious getting-to-know phase over the next few days.
Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer, quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains, vice president of player personnel Ruston Webster and west region scout Marv Sunderland all attended Locker's pro day in Seattle on Wednesday. The group will stay over and conduct a private workout session with the Huskies quarterback on Thursday.
In addition to that, the Titans will bring Locker to Nashville in early April for a pre-draft visit, as one of the many quarterbacks they will host. TitanInsider reported more than a week ago that the team would have visits with nearly all the top prospects in the 2011 quarterback draft class.
They have already visited with Idaho's Nathan Enderle and have visits set with TCU's Andy Dalton, Auburn's Cam Newton, Arkansas' Ryan Mallett, Missouri's Blaine Gabbert and Nevada's Colin Kaepernick, whom they put through a private workout on Tuesday. Christian Ponder of Florida State is also a possibility to visit.
According to reports, Locker was impressive at his pro day with his accuracy, which has been the biggest concern about him as a passer.