With the NFL draft right around the corner, many teams are currently bringing in players for pre-draft visits.
The Tennessee Titans possess the 20th overall pick in this year's draft, a spot that can be used to fill a position of need for this promising franchise.
In Mike Munchak's first draft as head coach, the Titans produced a draft class that set a foundation for the future.
Rookies Colin McCarthy, Akeem Ayers, Jurrell Casey and Karl Klug all put together solid 2011 campaigns. You also can't forget rookie quarterback Jake Locker, who played great when given the opportunity.
After a 9-7 record in 2011, it appears the sky is the limit for this young team.
Following a hectic offseason, Tennessee will look to address some needs on both sides of the ball.
But who should the Titans choose with their first-round pick?
The possible positions Tennessee could draft for include defensive end, interior offensive line, wide receiver, cornerback and even weak-side linebacker.
As we all know, the draft isn't necessarily about teams getting who they want; it's about who falls to them that decides the direction they take.
With that being said, here are three players the Titans could select with the 20th pick of the 2012 NFL draft.