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    Default 2010 Draft?

    I know it's way to early to start thinking about next year, but im just curious to see fellow Titan fans opinion's on player's comming out next year and if there's any juniors worth keeping an eye on. I have a hard time imagining what position the Titan's might go after next year? Off the top of my head i would think CB seeing Harper's getting pretty old! But then there's the possibilty of multible player's on Defense hitting FA. No doubt it's going to depend on who we retain and who we pick up in FA that will lead us to what position we need most in the draft.

    I kept hearing on how some teams this year said it was the worst draft they had ever seen and that next year should be much better with more Impact Players! I think how nice it would be to draft another WR in the 1st rd next season but then i think of the QB problem's and all the holes we might have next season after FA. So here's some player's i'd hope to see wearing a Titans uniform in the future!

    FS-Taylor Mays,USC-His amazing combination of size and speed might have made him a top #10 pick.
    SS-Eric Berry,Tennessee, Ed Reed type of game changer.
    (I don't think we need a (S), But if any of those two were still available, and we picked one, i'd be very happy)

    DT-Gerald McCoy,Oklahoma-A big, strong, disruptive presence!
    DT-Suh Ndamukong,Nebraska-Very strong and quick feet.

    ILB- Brandon Spikes, Florida-Is more known for his run-stuffing presence.
    LB- Mark Herzlich, Boston College-Tall and strong, Ability to stuff the run and make plays in coverage is a coachs dream.
    OLB- Sean Witherspoon, Missouri- Not very big but had (155 tackles in '08'), Excellent timed speed and Instincts.
    DE/OLB- Sergio Kindle, Texas- More of a 3-4 pass rusher, don't know if he fit's
    DE-Carlos Dunlap, Florida-NFL size (6-6 286lbs), and his stellar production cannot be ignored.

    OL-Russell Okung, Oklahoma ST.-Underrated athlete with good size.

    TE-Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma- Don't know that we need him either but i keep hearing how he's a complete TE and a mismatch at any level.



    Any CB's or WR's that are worth looking at, Juniors and Seniors that are Special Type of player's?
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    how about a QB of the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southside Tirant View Post

    FS-Eric Berry,Tennessee, Ed Reed type of game changer.
    production cannot be ignored.
    I hope we won't be picking high enough in the draft that Berry would even be an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairweather Fan View Post
    I hope we won't be picking high enough in the draft that Berry would even be an option.
    I hope we're not picking that early also! But with this draft looking so strong and loaded with talent this following year, we're almost certain to get special talent out of it! just to name a few first round prospects...

    Wr-Brandon LaFell,Louisiana State- Top senior prospect, 6-3, 210lbs, Good hand and decent speed.
    Wr-Arrelious Benn, 6-2,214lbs, Underclassmen
    Wr-Dez Bryant, 6-2,210lbs, Underclassmen

    OL-Ciron Black,Louisiana State-6-5,328lbs
    OL-Trent Williams,Oklahoma-6-5,309

    DE-Greg Hardy,Mississippi-6-4,285lbs
    DE-Greg Romeus,Pittsburgh-6-5,265
    DE/OLB-George Selvie,South Florida-6-4,245lbs
    DE/OLB-Brandon Lang,Troy,6-4,240lbs

    DT-Terrence Cody,Alabama,6-5,365lbs
    DT-Marvin Austin,North Carolina,6-3,305

    ILB/OLB-Rolando McClain,Alabama,6-4,248

    CB-Trevard Lindley,Kentucky,6-0,178lbs
    CB-Joe Haden,Florida,5"11,195lbs
    CB-Javier Arenas,Alabama,5-9,198

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    Javy Javy javy.....with the 32nd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select Tim Tebow QB University of Florida
    Be attending all 10 titans home games this year, that is NOT including the preseason http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwBDC...ayer_embedded#!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolltide14TOMB View Post
    Javy Javy javy.....with the 32nd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft the Superbowl World Champions Tennessee Titans select Tim Tebow QB University of Florida
    No thanks.

    EDIT: and fixed.
    and Superbowl, Yes.
    Tebow, Eurghh No
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    Tebow won't be a good NFL QB..i just don't see it out of him... i'd like to see him try that little jump pass and get speared by a blitzing LB or Safety.

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    My prediction:

    mel kiper will say, "The superbowl champion titans did a much better job in last years draft than many believed as the picks of Jared Cook and Kenny Britt both worked out very well for this team. They were able to resign KVB and Jevon Kearse but, lost Keith Bulluck in Free Agency. The team will go with an OLB or a DE for depth. Look for them to take a cornerback with their next pick."

    and then the titans will pick up running backs in both rounds

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    what's with his jump pass, It makes him look stupid even if he does get the TD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamVengeance View Post
    what's with his jump pass, It makes him look stupid even if he does get the TD.
    Hey, it may look stupid, but college coaches can't defend against him. He sure as hell has the hardware...

    He'll go in the draft, but I sure as hell don't want him.
    What a long strange trip it's been...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southside Tirant View Post
    Wr-Dez Bryant, 6-2,210lbs, Underclassmen
    I love this guy.
    Last year i watched him tear apart the Ducks in the holiday bowl (and loved every sec of it, go beavers!) , and then he got hurt in the early 2nd quarter. He still managed to set a holiday bowl record in 1 quarter for total receiving yards in the holiday bowl.
    He is special.
    Go Beavs. Go Titans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYTitan21 View Post
    Tebow won't be a good NFL QB..i just don't see it out of him... i'd like to see him try that little jump pass and get speared by a blitzing LB or Safety.
    I like Tebow kind of but ya i don't think he can be successful in the NFL either.
    Go Beavs. Go Titans.

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    Greybeard is getting a bit long in the tooth and we have no viable QB to take over unless that guy they signed last winter comes a long way. So I'm all for getting a new QB.
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    The way our pick is looking right now...it's QB of the future time.

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    This draft doesn't look like a QB of the future draft. It looks like a Titans have Holes in every part of ther Defense from everybody leaving draft. For real.

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    Bernie Kosar is reportedly scheduled to interview Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen on behalf of the Browns. the Browns hired Kosar as a "consultant" in October, but he's seemingly taken on a very significant role already as rumors persist that he's ticketed for a high-level position in the organization. Cleveland will likely have a top-five pick in April, and Clausen figures to be near the top of their list.
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    clausen is the best qb in this draft...they should go for it.
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    Does anybody have ESPN insider???? Im kind of curious to see Kiper's Big Board and Mcshay's Mock draft!

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    Here's Kiper's latest big board. I posted McShay's mock in the other thread....

    Originally Published: December 9, 2009
    Mel Kiper's latest 2010 Big Board

    The biggest news after the championship weekend -- Ndamukong Suh didn't do much to change his No. 1 slot, of course -- is that I moved Jake Locker -- who could and maybe should return to Washington -- to No. 5 (he was No. 9 last week). That shifted Sam Bradford, who had been No. 5, to No. 6 (he's also No. 3 among junior QBs, behind Jimmy Clausen and Locker).

    It'll be hard to drop Suh. His tape is stunningly strong evidence. That said, many players will rise and fall as the senior all-star games -- that'll be the first chance for many pro scouts to see guys like Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow under center -- bowl season, the combine, and pro days take place. Again, this isn't yet about draft position. That changes everything, because of need. This is a raw ranking of the top NFL prospects, with juniors not in the mix unless they are in the top 15 or 20.

    Big Board Bar

    1
    Ndamukong Suh
    DT
    6-4
    300

    Analysis: Explosive, relentless and consistent. Last week: No. 1

    2
    Gerald McCoy
    DT
    6-4
    297

    Analysis: Disruptive force. Productive NFL career ahead. Last week: No. 2

    3
    Eric Berry
    DB
    5-11
    203

    Analysis: Ultimate playmaker, in the Ed Reed mold. Last week: No. 3

    4
    Jimmy Clausen
    QB
    6-3
    223

    Analysis: Improved through adversity, has under-center experience. Last week: No. 4

    5
    Jake Locker
    QB
    6-3
    226

    Analysis: Developing talent whose physical tools are unmatched. Last week: No. 9


    6
    Sam Bradford
    QB
    6-4
    223

    Analysis: Has underrated arm, great feel for position; is superaccurate. Last week: No. 5
    7
    Russell Okung
    OT
    6-5
    300

    Analysis: Athletic, strong and fiery blind-side pass-protector. Last week: No. 6
    8
    Joe Haden
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    5-11
    190

    Analysis: Polished cover corner with tackling ability to match. Last week: No. 7
    9
    Derrick Morgan
    DE
    6-4
    275

    Analysis: Proven pass-rusher (12.5 sacks this season), stout versus run. Last week: No. 8
    10
    Dez Bryant
    WR
    6-2
    220

    Analysis: Dynamic receiver, punt returner and TD maker. Last week: No. 11
    11
    Brian Price
    DT
    6-2
    300

    Analysis: Powerful leverage guy who wreaks havoc. Last week: No. 10
    12
    Rolando McClain
    LB
    6-4
    258

    Analysis: Fiery, vocal team leader with top instincts for position. Last week: No. 13
    13
    Jason Pierre-Paul
    DE
    6-5
    262

    Analysis: Explosive, natural pass-rusher out of juco ranks. Last week: No. 12
    14
    Taylor Mays
    S
    6-3
    235

    Analysis: Has linebacker size with cornerback speed. Last week: No. 14
    15
    C.J. Spiller
    RB
    5-11
    195

    Analysis: Multitalented, superfast, electrifying game breaker. Last week: No. 16
    16
    Everson Griffen
    DE
    6-3
    280

    Analysis: Supremely talented, now gaining the necessary consistency. Last week: No. 15
    17
    Carlos Dunlap
    DE
    6-6
    290

    Analysis: Physical tools are off the charts. Has unlimited upside. Last week: No. 17
    18
    Dan Williams
    DT
    6-3
    327

    Analysis: High motor, consistent, tremendously powerful lower body. Last week: No. 18
    19
    Aaron Hernandez
    TE
    6-2
    250

    Analysis: Great hands and excellent run-after-catch skills for a TE. Last week: No. 19
    20
    Brandon Graham
    DE
    6-2
    270

    Analysis: Awesome athlete and force off the edge. Last week: No. 20
    21
    Sergio Kindle
    LB
    6-4
    255

    Analysis: Production finally matches his talent. Last week: No. 21
    22
    Jermaine Gresham
    TE
    6-6
    258

    Analysis: The best pass-catching tight end in college football. Last week: No. 22
    23
    Jerry Hughes
    DE
    6-3
    257

    Analysis: Prolific pass-rusher who could be a 3-4 OLB. Last week: No. 23
    24
    Sean Weatherspoon
    LB
    6-2
    245

    Analysis: Makes plays all over the field. Last week: No. 24
    25
    Patrick Robinson
    CB
    5-11
    193

    Analysis: Consistent, even in a tough year. Best over

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    I was reading on one of the Pats boards that Locker is staying at Washington.
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