Nearly every year, the NFL Scouting Combine changes everything we thought we knew about this year's prospects. This year was no different.
Some unknowns appeared and blew up the workouts, drawing attention from scouts for the first time. Some players showed up much shorter or heavier than they were thought to be before. And as always, players' stocks are completely changed—some for better, some for worse.
The one constant about the Combine is that it always gives everyone a new perspective on the players they've been watching for as long as a year, and that changes how they evaluate things.
Here are seven things that the Titans can take away from this year's Combine.
Note: Unless stated otherwise, the times given for speed drills are the unofficial times presented in real time on NFL Network's coverage of the Combine, and not the official times kept by the Combine for their records.