Finally, after weeks and weeks of trying to figure out how the top 10 selections of the draft would fall, we have our answers.
From the get-go, most draft analysts had Alabama G Chance Warmack slotted for Tennessee the moment the draft order was set. But enough about the first round, it's time turn all of our attention toward Day 2 and the second and third rounds.
The Titans hold the ninth pick of the second round (40th overall) and the eighth (70) and 35th (97) picks of the third.
These next three draft choices can easily become immediate contributors to a roster that has grown increasingly young and is in search of some playmakers on both sides of the ball.
With the offensive line officially no longer an issue, the Titans can begin to plug the remaining holes on their overhauled roster. The top positions of need are defensive end and cornerback, with lesser needs at wide receiver, tight end and middle linebacker.
Let's take a look at the top prospects left for the Titans to target on Day 2.