Grading the picks
Round 1: No. 10 Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama
Review: It was no secret the Titans coveted a guard with the franchises first No. 10 overall pick. When North Carolina guard Jonathan Cooper was taken three picks earlier by Arizona, the selection of Warmack became a no-brainer. Teamed with free agent signee Andy Levitre at left guard, the Titans filled a huge hole at right guard. Couple that tandem with steady veteran tackles Michael Roos on the left and David Stewart on the right, then the Titans have the core for a solid offensive line for several years. Warmack, an Atlanta native and Alabama product where he was part of three college football national championship teams, seems particularly keen in playing for two Hall-of-Fame linemen in Titans head coach Mike Munchak and offensive line coach Bruce Matthews. Grade: A
Round 2: No. 34 Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
Review: The Titans turned a lot of heads when they moved up in the draft by trading their No. 40 overall...