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Sometimes the 7th round of the draft can prove to be the most pivotal one. There are plenty of steals to be made at this late point in the draft.
Hopefully, the Titans will have all of their drastic needs taken care of, and that means that the Titans have a little freedom on what to do with this last pick.
It wouldn't hurt for the Titans to get a center to start prepping up for the future. This is a position that is somewhat of a question mark right now.
Eugene Amano has gotten plenty of criticism as not being a long-term solution, and Kevin Matthews looks to be heading out in free agency.
Joe Madsen had a productive four years with the high-powered West Virginia offense, and his combine results were modest.
Madsen posted a pedestrian 25 reps on the bench press, but posted a good enough time on the three-cone drill to show that he has the ability to get to the next level in his blocking.
His time on the three-cone drill was 7.6 seconds, which was good for 12th in the class among offensive lineman.
He would certainly be a guy that would have to work his way up to being a reliable starter, but there's not much risk here in the 7th round. Madsen did a decent enough job in the combine to be given a chance if the Titans want to get a young center.