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Tennessee Titans open with pick #20 under new GM Ruston Webster.
focus will be on players capable of bringing explosiveness and splash
to the field with no bagage a la Packman Jones/Vince Young.

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (20th) 34OLB Nick Perry USC rJr 6'2 3/4" 271 lbs. 4.64

Analysis: Nick Perry is the best 3 down D/E available at pick 20. Big, fast and powerful, will team with Derrick Morgan to become a pass-rush, run-stop duo to contend. Fills a huge need for a team that finished 31st in team sacks last year.

Nick Perry vs Stanford 2011
Nick Perry vs Arizona 2011
Nick Perry vs Utah 2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (20th) CB Casey Hayward Vanderbilt Sr 5'11 3/8" 192 lbs. 4.57

Analysis: Clearly underrated and overlooked throughout his career, Hayward statistically dominated the other SEC corners in career interceptions and passes defended. He is a great value at #52, and Casey gets to remain in Nashville!...a future pro-bowler. Fills the void left by Cortland Finnagan.

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (20th) UT Mike Martin Michigan Sr 6'1 1/2" 306 lbs. 4.88

Analysis: Mike Martin was a team leader for the Wolverines as well as a sack monster and run stuffer. He's just the kind of player the Titans need to plug into their rotation. Martin is a great value at pick #82.

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (20th) WR Joe Adams Arkansas Sr 5'10 3/4" 179 lbs. 4.55

Analysis: The speedster for Arkansas is just what the Titans need to stretch the field. So with Adams going deep, Britt down the sidelines Washington breaking across the center and Jared Cook on the down and out, who are they going to cover?
"Houston, we have a problem?"

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (20th) OT Ryan Miller Colorado rSr 6'6 7/8" 321 lbs. 5.27

Analysis: Big offensive guard at 6' 7" 234lbs, Miller moves well for his size and could fit at the Guard or Tackle slots. Is a bit raw, but has the potential to be a starter. Fills a definite need for rebuilding the Titan's interior front.

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (20th) SLB Tank Carder Texas Christian rSr 6'2 1/4" 236 lbs. 4.69

Analysis: Rose Bowl MVP is a great value here as possible replacement for the ageing Will Witherspoon.

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (20th) OC William Vlachos Alabama rSr 6'0 3/8" 306 lbs. 5.25

Analysis: The starting Center for two National Championship teams. Lead blocking for Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson....can't be all bad!
This could be the steal of the draft!!

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