The Titans seem to be happy at defensive ends, and Walterfootball's Charlie Campbell cites sources from within the Titans who say that the pick will come down to one of the four players I mentioned. However, things change, and most everyone agrees that the Titans need more depth at defensive end.
Like I said, the Titans say they're satisfied with Kamerion Wimbley and Derrick Morgan, but if they liked what they saw from one of the top defensive end prospects, they may take one of them instead.
Ezekiel Ansah, a defensive end from BYU, is not likely to fall to the Titans, but if he does, he'll almost certainly be the best player available. Ansah is a 6'5" tall, 271 lbs athletic freak of nature in the mold of Jevon Kearse.
He's only been playing football for two years, but he managed to 13 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, nine deflected passes, six hurries and an interception in 2012. His upside is tremendous, and his stellar combine performance only boosted his stock.
Barkevious Mingo and Dion Jordan (from LSU and Oregon, respectively) are similar prospects. Both are tall (6'4" and 6'6") and are a little lean to play defensive end. However, both have the frame to add muscle and have amazing speed.
Both turned in 40 yard dash times of 4.53 seconds, and Mingo also had a 10 yard split time of 1.55 seconds (Jordan's was 1.57).
While all three of these guys ooze upside, the problem with all of them is that they're all raw. Ansah needs to refine his technique and both Mingo and Jordan need to add weight, and none would be big contributors in 2013.
The Titans could surprise everyone and take one of them, but I think they're more likely to stick with what they think they need and take Milliner, Trufant, Cooper or Warmack. Either way, we'll have to wait until April to find out.