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The Titans keep the SEC trend going by adding some addition depth at safety, taking Georgia's Shawn Williams in the third round.
Williams would bring a hard-hitting presence to the Titans secondary. The guy is truly an impressive athletic specimen who has the potential to be a starter in the NFL in the very near future.
George Wilson may have been added in free agency, but he's on the back end of his career and is just a stopgap measure for the position.
You have to remember that Jordan Babineaux was lost in free agency, so the Titans need to get a promising strong safety prospect in this draft, and the third round would be a smart place to do that.