Pre-draft rankings are something that seem to be in a constant state of flux. The NFL Scouting Combine and pro days are the time when a team's draft board shifts the most. They finally have standardized information on every prospect and have gotten the opportunity to interview them as well.
At this point we all have a pretty good idea of who the Titans will let walk when free agency rolls around. A team's free agents can have just as much bearing on who that team scouts as its deficiencies at a position.
The Titans need help at both guard spots, second-string running back, defensive end and tackle depth, middle linebacker, nickel back and safety. How free agency will affect those needs is yet to be determined, but with the combine being less than a week away, teams will already have a strategy in place as to what positions they are most likely to fill through the draft.
Here's who the Titans are most likely going to take a closer look at when the scouting combine rolls around.