Ok draft experts. Man up in here. This isn't a "how-you-think-we'll pick" thread. This is your chance to show how good you are at talent spotting. List 10 players. 1st, 3 players that will go in the top-15 and be sure-fire studs in this league. 2nd, 3 players that are slated to go towards the end of round 1 that you would LOVE the Titans to select. 3rd, 2 players that you'd like to see the Titans target in rds 2/3 4th, 2 players that are your super sleepers late in the draft that are hidden gems for whoever drafts them. List your 10 players in a clean list like I have and put all your commentary below the list. Top 3 1. Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri 2. Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas 3. Andre Brown, OT, Oklahoma Back of the first 4. Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest 5. Max Unger, OL, Oregon 6. Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland 2nd and 3rd rounders 7. Bruce Johnson, CB, Miami 8. Tyrone McKenzie , LB, USF Sleepers 9. Mike Jones, WR, Arizona State 10. Jeremy Perry, G, Oregon State Commentary: I think Maclin is the best WR in the draft and is going to be an instant playmaker for whoever drafts him. Whenever I watched Orakpo he was beating his man. He has a great motor and some special skills. And Andre Smith has the chance to be a truly dominant O-Linemen if his head is on straight. I really hope we take Alphonso or Unger. So far as I know they haven't played any games since February and Alphonso was the best playmaker at CB back then. And Unger's versatility is incredible. Heyward-Bey would be a great pick, but I question whether or not he lasts that long. My mid-rounders are a couple of explosive athletes from Florida. McKenzie is a tackling machine who fills a need for us and Bruce Johnson has all the skills in the world but has been stuck on a pretty bad team. My sleepers are in a pretty deep slumber. Perry missed all of last season with a knee injury, but if his knee checks out, he is almost a 1st round talent. Titans have a history of going after guys like this (Scaife, Little) and we can afford to be patient until he is ready. Mike Jones always impressed me. His QB was constantly rattled, but Jones had great hands and body control and is a pretty pure athlete.