Most teams draft a weapon or a blocker right after obtaining a new franchise quarterback, but the Titans' cornerback situation was so dire that they were considering a player at that position atop Round 2. Here's their chance to find help at that spot.
Rd. 2, Pk. 8
Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford
The Titans had a choice of whether to bolster the offensive line or upgrade the receiving corps with their selection after choosing Marcus Mariota. Either would have been fine, but now they have to address the other spot. A tackle is needed across from Taylor Lewan.
Tennessee grabs a shutdown corner for Dick LeBeau's defense.
Fuller played at a very high level in 2014, racking up 17 passes broken up, two interceptions, 50 tackles and 4.5 tackles for a loss. He shut down East Carolina's Justin Hardy in their matchup. Pittsburgh's Tyler Boyd was a challenge for Fuller, but Fuller held his own.
The younger brother of Bears' 2014 NFL Draft first-round pick Kyle Fuller, Kendall Fuller saw the field immediately as a freshman. He was a Freshman All-American and the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. Fuller is fast and instinctive, just like his older brother. Kendall Fuller had six interceptions and 58 tackles in 2013.
Pick change; previously Jalen Ramsey, S
Rd. 2, Pk. 8
Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State
The Titans could use a young potential replacement for Michael Griffin.
Bell (5-11, 205) had a huge 2014 season with the Buckeyes as he recorded six interceptions with 92 tackles and six passes broken up. The sophomore finished the year in impressive fashion to help the Buckeyes win the National Championship with four interceptions in the final six games. Bell showed speed, ball skills and instincts in his first season as a starter.