The Titans ended up signing 14 total undrafted free agents. Here's an overview of some of the biggest signings who will try to make the 53-man roster after training camp.
James Gayle, DE/OLB, Virginia Tech
Probably the top signing for the Titans in this group. James Gayle seemed to be a lock to get drafted somewhere in the middle rounds of the draft. The fact that he didn't get drafted is surprising.
Gayle has a good opportunity to make the team as a rotational player in limited snaps. He has edge-rushing abilities that make him intriguing.
Antonio Andrews, RB, Western Kentucky
The Titans added themselves another running back with Antonio Andrews, who led the nation in all-purpose yards his senior season at Western Kentucky.
It will be a tough road to make the roster due to the drafting of Sankey. Andrews will have to beat out guys like Leon Washington and Jackie Battle to possibly be a fourth running back on the depth chart. It's still a good signing by the Titans.
Hakeem Smith, SS, Louisville
Hakeem Smith didn't get nearly as much hype as the safety he played opposite of, which was Calvin Pryor. However, Smith has a moderate chance at sneaking onto the team. He earned all-conference in the American Athletic Conference for Louisville.
The Titans will need help at safety starting next offseason when the aging George Wilson's contract expires. This signing is a smart one to cover their bases.
Travis Coons, K/P, Washington
Travis Coons will battle Maikon Bonani to become the replacement of Rob Bironas. It wasn't surprising that the Titans got a kicker here. There isn't a lot of risk involved in finding your future kicker through undrafted free agents.
Coons has experience as both a kicker and a punter, so the Titans could end up seeing some value in him to be the new kicker in Tennessee.
David Wright, TE, Westminster (Pennsylvania)
Drafting a tight end was a moderate possibility for the Titans, but they decided to wait to get David Wright as an undrafted free agent.
Wright comes from a small school but has great size at 6'5". He will have to compete with Taylor Thompson for a roster spot. Thompson has struggled greatly in transitioning from defensive end to tight end, so it wouldn't be a big shocker if Wright beats him out for a roster spot.
Jamal Merrell, OLB, Rutgers
Smart pick here to sign an outside linebacker, as the Titans missed out on one in the draft.
James Merrell is probably no Anthony Barr, but he'll bring nice competition to a position that is going through major changes right now.
Derel Walker, WR, Texas A&M
Wide receiver is usually a popular position to focus on when signing undrafted free agents, and maybe the biggest one of note for the Titans is Derel Walker.
Walker was Johnny Manziel's No. 2 receiver at Texas A&M behind Mike Evans. Don't discount this speedy slot receiver from clawing his way onto the roster. Only having one year to really go on at Texas A&M probably caused him to go without being drafted.