Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 4/11/13
The Tennessee Titans are looking to continue to revamp the offensive line. They continue to look for wide receivers with skills to excel in the slot position.  There is new blood being infused to this roster, many of the Titans' positions have been filled or re-prioritized.Let's take a peek at who Tennesse might be targeting in each round of April's draft:Round 1: The Titans' two top needs seem to be guard and defensive end. Here, they address the DE position with Barkevious Mingo from LSU. They still need help in the pass rush and Mingo fits the bill.Round 2: The second position to address is the right side of the offensive line.  The Titans roll with a mammoth type of player in Larry Warford, G, Kentucky. He has mutant like agility for a man his size. He weighed in at 333 pounds at the Combine. Warford's down side, which plagued him in college, is keeping his weight down.Round 3: The Titans need competition at corner, and are surprised to see Desmond Trufant (CB, Washington) still on the board. The one drawback to this outstanding player, is his constant opening up is hips to early and immediately give up inside leverage. His tremendous upside makes him impossible to pass up at this spot.Round 3 (compensatory): Bennie Logan, DT, LSU.Round 4: The team selects Aaron Dobson,WR, Marshall. Dobson makes an interesting selection for this team because he has a very unique and intriguing play-making ability. His tall frame also fits the bill nicely in the mix. Nate Washington is on the outs with the team. Dobson is not the fastest guy on the block, but he can dazzle you with his brilliant ball skills. This big-athletic player is a must-have in the event Kenny Britt has trouble staying on the field.Round 5: Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M. Porter is a versatile defender who can line up in multiple roles. He has an amazing burst at the line to edge out the competition, along with a keen sense at timing the snap as a walk up blitz-er. He can "get skinny" to burst through those gaps. His long legs are a bit of a problem as he tends to over-run plays, allowing cut back lanes for patient ball carriers.Round 6: Jelani Jenkins, LB, Florida. Will Whitherspoon's departure leaves the Titans seeking additional depth behind Zach Brown. While he does not hold much bulk or prototypical strength, this player does a great job at slipping blocks and making good solid plays in coverage. He could also prove to be very useful in the nickel defense. Round 7: The final selection is Chris Thompson, RB, Florida State. The Titans decide to bring a little competition to Jamie Harper as the team's third running back while offering something very different from Shone Greene. Chris Thompson explodes when he plays and creates a big-pay threat. He is dangerous in the open field, and uses his brillant vision in cutting back. 
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