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Best pick: Second-round pick Justin Hunter could easily have been a first-round pick with his talent. He will help the passing game in a big way.
Questionable move: With so many other needs, and already having paid Andy Levitre, why draft a guard in the top 10, which is what they did with Chance Warmack?
Third-day gem: Fourth-round center Brian Schwenke could step in and be a starter soon. He is an athletic center who can move.
Analysis: They landed a sure starter in Warmack, and addressed needs with Hunter and third-round corner Blidi Wreh-Wilson.
Prisco appears to drop his grade for selecting arguably the best prospect in the draft because of how much the team invested in the position through free agency.
I was of the same opinion leading up to the draft, in that the Titans have more than a quarter of the team's salary cap invested in their offensive line.
Drafting Warmack signals a clear change in offensive philosophy. Dowell Loggains plans to bring back the clock-eating style of offense Titans fans are used to.