We wrapped up who the Titans might look at in rounds 5-7 Monday, and today we’ll take our focus on rounds 3-4.
Tennessee is without its 2014 third rounder after trading down to snag Justin Hunter, so we’ll focus on the fourth rounders that should be available.
Below are a few potential targets for Tennessee in round 4:
Quarterback Aaron Murray – Georgia
Thanks to an ACL tear, Murray saw his draft stock plummet to the fourth round. He’s a solid quarterback with all the intangibles. His main knocks are arm strength and ability to win in crunch time.
Running back Jeremy Hill – LSU
Another big back that can provide some versatility and depth to the position. He could be a successor to Shonn Greene.
Running back Lache Seastrunk – Baylor
A speedy back that has a Chris Johnson-esque game. He’s quick, makes quick cuts and isn’t a great pass-catcher. With Dexter McCluster now on board, I don’t really see Tennessee going this way.
Defensive tackle George Uko – USC
A run-stuffing tackle the Titans are in desperate need of.
Cornerback Rashaad Reynolds – Oregon State
The Titans have Jason McCourty and a group of young up-and-comers, but selecting a corner late has proven to be successful for Tennessee in the past.
Running back Terrance West – Towson
Another small, quick back who could fall right to Tennessee.
Corner back Dexter McDougle – Maryland
Another solid corner that should be selected right around this area.
Check back Wednesday the most likely picks in rounds 1-2.