Going back to the beginning of this process, the odds-on favorite was inside linebacker C.J. Mosley—a talent that has become no more than an afterthought for the Titans.
From there Anthony Barr has taken the reins as the top projected target of the team, but as each day passes new names become tied to the Titans.
Adding smoke to an already clouded picture are the pre-draft visits of the following top-tier prospects: Justin Gilbert, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Calvin Pryor, Timmy Jernigan, Derek Carr and Teddy Bridgewater (pictured).
The players named above span six different positions, four of whom play on the defensive side of the ball. Despite fielding an offense that finished the year ranked 22nd in the NFL, the Titans are fairly set on that side of the ball.
A restructuring defense has brought in a boatload of new talent, yet the need for more prospects remains. As far as speculation goes, odds are the Titans will pick a defensive player in the first round, but let's go ahead and put down some numbers for the team's top targets.
For the sake of brevity, I will limit the piece to prospects I feel have a legitimate shot of going to the Titans and are likely to still be on the board.