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Titans work out Joey Bosa, four other Ohio State defenders

Less than a week after the Dallas Cowboys conducted their own Ohio State pro day of sorts, the Titans are doing much the same.

Buckeyes prospects Joey Bosa (DE), Darron Lee (OLB), Tyvis Powell (S), Vonn Bell (S) and Adolphus Washington (DT) are working out for several members of the Titans' staff on Wednesday, according to NFL Media's Albert Breer. The group includes head coach Mike Mularkey, general manager Jon Robinson and defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.

OSU director of player personnel Mark Pantoni offered a brief glimpse:

Columbus, Ohio, is more or less the center of the prospect universe for the 2016 draft with as many as five Buckeyes projected to be drafted in the first round and several more on the draft's second day (Rounds 2-3). The Titans' first two draft picks are at No. 1 and No. 33 overall. If the club opts against Ole Miss offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil with the first pick, or trades down a few spots, Bosa could be an option.

The Cowboys' staff, including head coach Jason Garrett, made the trip to the OSU campus for a workout last week.

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