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    Default Potential small school picks for the Titans

    An interesting look at some potential small school prospects:

    http://mvn.com/totaltitans/2009/04/p...ee-titans.html

    Im starting to like a Barden pick in the 2nd if we go with CB in the 1st

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    Thanks for the link!

    I would be happy if we got Ramses Barden. Especially if we picked him up in the third. A red zone threat is one place we have been lacking at WR.

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    Got a chance to watch Ramses play this past fall, and, he's definitely all of 6'6". He hauled in a 35 yard TD pass that the QB put in a spot that only he could catch it. However, he also had a guy draped all over him that I believe got called for first defensive holding, then pass interference, and he still caught it.

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    Could be an interesting player.
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    Thanks for the link.

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    wouldn't mind Bardin but only in the third

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    Here's another small school pick I found if the Titans do look at drafting a QB....

    Mike Reilly

    Reilly is a good athlete with deceptive speed (4.80). Reilly has good arm strength and is a very accurate passer who can zip the ball on the intermediate level. However, his accuracy diminishes somewhat on his deep balls. His mechanics are good for a lower level performer, and he reads defenses with easy and goes through his progressions well. The level of competition is not an overwhelming concern.
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/p...ospect_ID=1718

    http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings...2009&genpos=QB

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    There will be good DT and OT to take from this draft. There are a couple maybe 3 interesting DB's as well, but they could be hooked before our time to pick arrive.
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