Should the infinitesimally small chance of linebacker Khalil Mack sliding to the Titans at No. 11 not come to fruition, there are very few prospects that make sense for the Titans to select.
The Titans have spent three high draft choices on receivers in the last five drafts. For that reason I can't see them taking wideout Mike Evans if he remains on the board.
Offensive tackle Taylor Lewan presents an enticing option to replace Michael Roos when his contract expires at the end of the 2014 season.
Despite there not being many pressing needs, there is a need to find players capable of making an immediate impact.
Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert is a quality prospect who could help fill the void left by the departure of Alterraun Verner, but the Titans appear comfortable with their current crop of corners.
North Carolina's Eric Ebron presents an interesting option as an elite receiving threat at tight end. Delanie Walker did a great job in his first year with the Titans, and the team may feel OK with its current crop of tight end talent, which includes Craig Stevens.
Linebacker Anthony Barr's stock seems to have slipped as the draft draws near and could be had later in the round. ESPNs Todd McShay has dropped him to almost the bottom of his top-32 prospects.
One move that makes sense would be to trade the 11th overall pick to the Baltimore Ravens for their first (17th overall) and both of their third-rounder (79th) and future draft selection..
The trade makes sense for the Ravens who could leapfrog the St. Louis Rams and select Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, the top safety in the draft.
The Titans pick up a selection in the third-round, where many running backs are projected to go, picks and still have a good chance to draft Barr.