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Official Visits / Titans Scouts at Team Pro Days

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Official visits scheduled/completed:

22 of 30.

LB Luke Kuechly
DT Josh Chapman
WR Alshon Jeffery
DT Michael Brockers
DE/LB Bruce Irvin
CB Dre Kirkpatrick
CB Casey Hayward (Local)
DE Ernest Owusu
SS Sean Richardson (Local)
DT Fletcher Cox
DE Tim Fugger (Local)
CB Chris Greenwood
C Peter Konz
WR Michael Floyd
MLB Dont'a Hightower
S Mark Barron
WLB Zach Brown
CB Stephon Gilmore
WR Stephen Hill
DE Melvin Ingram
DE Shea McClellin
DT Devon Still
DE Courtney Upshaw
LB Bobby Wagner
WR Kendall Wright


Of course this isn't indicative of a strong interest, but team observations at pro days do show at least some relative interest in a prospect. (Including priority free agency).

So far I've confirmed the Titans have been at these Pro Days with likely target prospects or confirmed interviews.

Alabama: DE Courtney Upshaw, SS Mark Barron ILB Donta Hightower (?) CB/FS Dre Kirkpatrick
Alabama-Birmingham: OL Matt McCants
Appalachian St. University: WR Brian Quick, others?
Arkansas St.: LB Demario Davis, others?
Baylor: WR Kendall Wright, C Philip Blake
Benedictine University: RB John Borsellino
Boston College: LB Luke Kuechly, others?
Clemson: DE Andre Branch, DT Brandon Thompson, CB Cody Sensabaugh
Coastal Carolina: CB Josh Norman, others?
Colorado: OG/OT Ryan Miller, RB Rodney Stewart, others?
Colorado State: LB Mychal Sisson, RB Raymond Carter
East Carolina: WR Lance Lewis, CB Emanuel Davis
Georgia Tech: WR Stephen Hill
Houston: WR Patrick Edwards, S Nick Saenz, others?
Illinois: DE Whitney Mercilus
Iowa: CB Shaun Prater, OG Adam Gettis, others?
Iowa St.: OG Kelechi Osemele, CB Leonard Johnson
LSU: DT Michael Brockers (Personal Workout), DE Kendrick Adams (Personal Workout), FS Brandon Taylor, CB Ron Brooks (?), Rueben Randle (?)
Memphis: DT Dontari Poe
Michigan St: DT Jerel Worthy, FS Trenton Robinson
Missouri: DT Dominique Hamilton, others?
New Mexico St: CB Jonte Green, SS Donyae Coleman, OL Aundre McGaskey, others?
North Carolina: LB Zach Brown
North Carolina St: LB Terrell Manning, LB Audie Cole, others?
Northern Illinois: C Scott Wedige, LB Pat Schiller, WR Nathan Palmer
North Texas: RB Lance Dunbar
Ohio St.: WR DeVier Posey, C Brewster, others?
Oklahoma St.: WR Justin Blackmon, others?
Oregon: LB Josh Kaddu, SS Eddie Pleasant, OG Mark Asper, others?
Oregon State: RB James Rodger, others?
Penn. St: DT Devon Still, CB Chaz Powell
San Jose St.: S Duke Ihenacho
Southern California: DE Nick Perry, DT DaJohn Harris, others?
Texas: LB Keenan Robinson, LB Emmanuel Acho, DT Kheeston Randall, C David Snow
Texas St.: OL DJ Hall, DE Michael Ebbitt, others?
TCU: LB Tank Carder
UCLA: S Tony Dye, others?
Utah St.: LB Bobby Wagner, RB Michael Smith, others?
Vanderbilt: CB Casey Hayward, SS Sean Richardson
Wake Forest: WR David Givens, others?
Wayne St.: WR David Mosley
Western Kentucky: CB Derrius Brooks, RB Bobby Rainey
Western Michigan: WR Jordan White, others?
Western Oregon: OG Jason Slowey, DT Sitani Tupou
Wisconsin: OG Kevin Zeitler, WR Nick Toon, others?

Edited by Cyrus, Apr 12 2012 - 09:39 AM.


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DeMario Davis stock is climbing up the boards...

Would like to know how Bobby Wagner has done...Since he missed combine and his pro day...

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Of course this isn't indicative of a strong interest, but team observations at pro days do show at least some relative interest in a prospect. (Including priority free agency).

So far I've confirmed the Titans have been at these Pro Days with likely target prospects or confirmed interviews.

Alabama: DE Courtney Upshaw, SS Mark Barron ILB Donta Hightower (?) CB/FS Dre Kirkpatrick
Alabama-Birmingham: OL Matt McCants
Appalachian St. University: WR Brian Quick, others?
Benedictine University: RB John Borsellino
Clemson: DE Andre Branch, DT Brandon Thompson, CB Cody Sensabaugh
Colorado: OG/OT Ryan Miller, RB Rodney Stewart, others?
Colorado State: LB Mychal Sisson, RB Raymond Carter
Georgia Tech: WR Stephen Hill
Houston: WR Patrick Edwards, S Nick Saenz, others?
Illinois: DE Whitney Mercilus
Iowa St.: OG Kelechi Osemele, CB Leonard Johnson
Missouri: DT Dominique Hamilton, others?
New Mexico St: CB Jonte Green, SS Donyae Coleman, OL Aundre McGaskey, others?
North Carolina: LB Zach Brown
North Carolina St: LB Terrell Manning, LB Audie Cole, others?
Northern Illinois: C Scott Wedige, LB Pat Schiller, WR Nathan Palmer
North Texas: RB Lance Dunbar
Ohio St.: WR DeVier Posey, C Brewster, others?
Oklahoma St.: WR Justin Blackmon, others?
Oregon: LB Josh Kaddu, SS Eddie Pleasant, OG Mark Asper, others?
Oregon State: RB James Rodger, others?
Penn. St: DT Devon Still, CB Chaz Powell
Southern California: DE Nick Perry, DT DaJohn Harris, others?
Texas St.: OL DJ Hall, DE Michael Ebbitt, others?
TCU: LB Tank Carder
UCLA: S Tony Dye, others?
Utah St.: LB Bobby Wagner, RB Michael Smith, others?
Wayne St.: WR David Mosley
Western Kentucky: CB Derrius Brooks, RB Bobby Rainey
Western Michigan: WR Jordan White, others?
Western Oregon: OG Jason Slowey, DT Sitani Tupou
Wisconsin: OG Kevin Zeitler, WR Nick Toon, others?


CYrus, I'm a student here. How did you collect this data? I'm sure it's much more detailed than you'd care to post, but how could I gather such info? Where should I start?

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CYrus, I'm a student here. How did you collect this data? I'm sure it's much more detailed than you'd care to post, but how could I gather such info? Where should I start?


No particularly special method. Local papers often note what teams were at the towns respective pro day (Via Google News). Some searches in Twitter also reveal any mentions of scouts by school papers or observers. Lastly, any video (NFL network) or images (local papers) sometimes catch scouts. (Titans scouts always wear official Titans shirts, jackets, etc.)

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Titans scouts and front office were all over the Vandy workout yesterday.

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Titans scouts and front office were all over the Vandy workout yesterday.

Jim Wyatt@jwyattsportsVanderbilt cornerback Casey Hayward is scheduled to visit the Titans on April 6. Has workouts sked with Cowboys, Falcons and Vikings.

Denali has spoken.


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I would love to draft Hayward, but that's the homer in me. I figure he'll go in the third or fourth round. He doesn't seem to have elite speed, but he seems to have good instincts. I think he'd fit our scheme nicely.

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He's from TN so it's doesn't count as one of our visits. Wouldn't look too much into it.

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I think he would be great in that NB role. We'll see though. Lots of options depending on how the top of the first round falls.
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I haven't kept nearly as close an eye on this as you have, but twitter reports had them at both Baylor and Texas pro days.

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Titans scouts and front office were all over the Vandy workout yesterday.


Would be interested to see if Tim Fugger can stick with a team. Not a fit for us, and just too much of a tweener as a guy who's a great 4-3 DE who would need to be a 3-4 OLD as a pro. Still, ran a 4.57 at his pro day, and did very well against SEC competition. He was a converted WR/TE, but I don't think he has the hips to cover as an NFL LB.

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Safety Sean Richardson has also been scheduled to visit the Titans.

Denali has spoken.


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Safety Sean Richardson has also been scheduled to visit the Titans.


He did well for himself at the combine. Maybe moving from a 6-7th pick to a 5th. Good size saftey with some athleticism. Great tackler. Not the strongest cover guy. Should end up a backup SS/ST guy.

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The Titans are probably looking at him as a ST player who can play as an aggressive SS/LB in some roles. I personally haven't gotten a chance to see him play much, but by all other reports he appears to be a "throw back" strong safety.

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The Titans are probably looking at him as a ST player who can play as an aggressive SS/LB in some roles. I personally haven't gotten a chance to see him play much, but by all other reports he appears to be a "throw back" strong safety.


Very accurate description. Smart, hard-nosed player with decent speed but not the hip-flip and ball instincts you want in a starting safety for today's pass happy Os. Watched him for years. Where as Casey Hayward is the natural sucessor to DJ Moore (probably better), Richardson followed in the footsteps of Reshard Langford (KC Chiefs).




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