Well, the Tennessee Titans are 5-10, and if the season ended today, they'd be picking eighth overall.
You never know what will end up happening once the draft rolls around, but at eighth overall, the Titans have a good chance to pick up a top prospect at either defensive end or cornerback, two of the team's biggest needs.
I've done a few mocks in the past, but with the final draft order getting closer and closer, we're starting to get a clearer picture of who will be picking where (at least in the early parts of the draft).
So who do the Titans end up with? Read on to find out.
Note: The Titans do not have a sixth-round pick, as they traded it away to pick up Scott Solomon in the 2012 draft.