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It doesn't make sense that the Titans would take a QB, RB, or a OT with the first pick since those positions are taken. There isn't a WR, C, TE, 4-3 LB, or S worth the 10th pick. That leaves G, DT, DE, CB.
G - Warmack - really the only choice worthy of a pick this high. Generally thought of as one of the best guards to come out of college in decades. Has been pegged as by some as the best overall prospect in the draft, but won't go higher due to his position. Of any player discussed, Warmack is by far the safest bet to become a perennial pro-bowler.
DT - Floyd or Lotulelei - the only choices here. Floyd is shooting up the charts while Star has been there the entire time. Star is heralded as the next Ngata or Haynesworth. Floyd has more mobility and is the better pass rusher.
DE - Moore, Werner, Jordan, Ansah - Moore and Werner didn't produce to well at the combine, but are generally thought to be the most ready. Werner is probably the safest pick, but his ceiling isn't as high as Moore. Moore is slightly more risky, but has a higher ceiling than Werner. Jordan and Ansah have by far the most potential, but come with the most risk of failure.
CB - Milliner - Really the only choice. Fairly safe pick with good potential.
***Bottomline you're only real choices are: Warmack, Moore, Werner, Jordan, Ansah, Milliner, Floyd, or Lotulelei. You know many of these guys are going to be gone before you get a chance at them.
How would you set up these 8 guys on your big board? Rank them and discuss why.
Hopefully it will be Warmack. If not maybe Milliner will still be there. If those two aren't available I might try to trade back with someone then grab Cooper or Trufant.
PapaTitan keeps it real.
Warmack and then Cooper.
If warmack is gone then the pick has to be Ansah.Nobody lets elite rushers go in free agency and Cooper is athletic but played at 285 last year.He has been eating like a pig to maintain 300 lb. Most see him as a center eventually. Ziggy can develop into a monster with 2 years of a good workout schedule.
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