Top remaining players – who might the Titans select in Rounds 2-3?

The Tennessee Titans hold the 52nd and 82nd picks and are expected to use them tonight to fill two needs among C, CB, DE, DT, G, S and WLB.  For a look at some of the top remaining players, we have these lists to consult – Scott Wright’s top 32 and NFLDraftScout.com’s top 20 – which are handy if you want to see who might go to teams picking from positions 33 to 51.

For the top remaining undrafted players at the Titans’ positions of need, I’ve compiled the following from Walter Football’s consensus big board, after the jump.

The numbers preceding each player references his overall position on the board prior to the draft.  Additionally, I’ve only included players in the top 114 (the 82nd pick plus 32, just in case the Titans may have a prospect graded a full round higher than his big board ranking.)  For my compilation of the top 250 prospects at these positions, it’s right here.

Centers:
32. Peter Konz, Wisconsin
90. Ben Jones, Georgia

Cornerbacks:
27. Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama

50. Josh Robinson, Central Florida
55. Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech
57. Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska
61. Brandon Boykin, Georgia
67. Trumaine Johnson, Montana
76. Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt
77. Chase Minnifield, Virginia
78. Dwight Bentley, Louisiana Lafayette
88. Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma
100. Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina
103. Ron Brooks, LSU
108. Leonard Johnson, Iowa State

Defensive Ends:
22. Courtney Upshaw, Alabama
28. Andre Branch, Clemson
45. Vinny Curry, Marshall
66. Jared Crick, Nebraska
84. Tyrone Crawford, Boise State
89. Cam Johnson, Virginia

Defensive Tackles:
35. Devon Still, Penn State
36. Jerel Worthy, Michigan State
38. Kendall Reyes, Connecticut
52. Brandon Thompson, Clemson
62. Alameda Ta’amu, Washington
69. Billy Winn, Boise State
71. Mike Martin, Michigan State
94. Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati
97. Josh Chapman, Alabama

Guards:
20. Cordy Glenn, Georgia
46. Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State
60. Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State
65. Brandon Brooks, Miami Ohio
113. Brandon Washington, Miami

Safeties:
70. Brandon Taylor, LSU
82. Markelle Martin, Michigan
96. Antonio Allen, South Carolina
98. George Iloka, Boise State

Weakside linebackers:
37. Lavonte David, Nebraska
48. Zach Brown, North Carolina
87. Nigel Bradham, Florida State
92. Sean Spence, Miami
105. Keenan Robinson, Texas

There are plenty of good defensive players still available and Tennessee should be able to grab two of them.

We invite you to join us here again tonight on Total Titans as we follow the second and third rounds.

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