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This is another popular selection, and unlike Warmack, this one makes absolutely no sense.
Star Lotulelei is at the top of my big board as the draft's best overall player. Sharrif Floyd is near there for most others (even though I and now some others think his stock has been overinflated), so why wouldn't the Titans take the best player available?
Simple: it does not fit a need.
Right now, defensive tackle is the strongest position on the Titans' roster, with the possible exception of running back. The group is not only talented, but young as well.
Jurrell Casey now commands double teams consistently and is about to start just his third year as a player. He's been a borderline Pro Bowler both years.
Karl Klug is the same age, and has shown to be an effective interior pass rusher.
Mike Martin is coming off an impressive rookie year, and with his ridiculous strength, the sky is the limit.
Lastly, Sammie Hill was a very good rotational player for Detroit before Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh buried him in their depth chart. He is also the biggest player at the position that the Titans have.
The Titans have way too many areas in desperate need of improving to waste a selection on a position that they're already strong in.