The Tennessee Titans will feature a more aggressive defensive scheme -- within reason, of course -- with Gregg Williams now a senior assistant on defensive coordinator Jerry Gray's staff. The blitz package will increase and put more pressure on the cornerbacks to hold up in press-man coverage.
That puts the organization in the market for a cornerback to fill the role.
"We'll definitely look at a corner -- if there's one we like at the time we're picking -- that has those kinds of abilities, that can get up more in your face and play a little more man-to-man," Titans head coach Mike Munchak told The Tennessean's John Glennon.
Titans general manager Ruston Webster said there are a number of big corners who fit the mold. Alabama's Dee Milliner (6-foot, 201 pounds) and Xavier Rhodes (6-1, 210) are the top two prospects at the position. Milliner could be gone by the time the Titans are on the clock at No. 10.
Banks is long and a bit slight at 6-2, 185 pounds. Hayden (5-11, 191) has watched his stock rise recently. Commings (6-0, 216) certainly has the size but also has questionable feet and quickness. Speed, reaction and anticipation are the concerns with Wooten (5-11, 210).
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