With the draft a little over three weeks away we can get a better idea of how the first round will shake down. Here are what some experts and people who claim to be experts have the Titans picking at number 11: SI -- Don Banks 11. Tennessee -- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville The reality facing Bridgewater, who once was the consensus No. 1 pick in the draft, is that if not Tennessee, then his draft-night wait might extend until the lower reaches of the first round. But I don't think the Titans, with new head coach Ken Whisenhunt, will let that scenario unfold. Whisenhunt knows the night-and-day difference quality quarterbacking can make from his Arizona head coaching experience, and Tennessee can't afford to pass on a prospect of this level with only the oft-injured Jake Locker as a legitimate starting option as he enters his make-or-break fourth season in Nashville. Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20140410/2014-nfl-mock-draft-sammy-watkins-mike-evans/#ixzz2ysrBh94v Walter Football Tennessee Titans: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State The Titans addressed a bunch of areas on their roster this offseason, but one position of need that they didn't get to fix was cornerback. They lost Alterraun Verner to the Buccaneers, so they need a new starter across from Jason McCourty. Tennessee has to get past Andrew Luck to win the AFC South, so acquiring as many talented corners as possible is a must. Justin Gilbert, the consensus No. 1 cornerback, also happens to be one of the top players available, so that means this pick makes more sense. http://walterfootball.com/draft2014.php Go Titans.com -- Cajun_Titan_33 With the 11th pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans select C.J. Mosely, ILB, Alabama. http://www.gotitans.com/threads/gotitans-gm-mock-draft-selection-thread.91283/page-2 CBS Sports -- Most of their pundits Anthony Barr -- OLB UCLA http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock-draft Draft Countdown -- Scott Wright TENNESSEE TITANS: ANTHONY BARR, OLB, UCLA When it comes to defense the cupboard is far from bare in Tennessee but they lack a dynamic, difference-making pass rusher on the outside. That will be an even greater concern under new Defensive Coordinator Ray Horton, who will be implementing more odd looks and likes to apply pressure off the edge. UCLA OLB Anthony Barr would be a tremendous value at this point and is arguably a better pro prospect than Dion Jordan, who went #3 overall a year ago. Barr began his college career as a fullback / tight end hybrid but has been nothing short of a revelation since transitioning to defense as a junior. An incredible athlete with an outstanding blend of size and speed as well as top-notch intangibles, Barr terrorizes opponents as a blitzer and the scary part is he’s just beginning to tap into his immense potential. There are also indications that David Stewart will be a cap casualty which would open up a hole at right tackle and with Michael Roos getting up there in years as well it may be tough to pass on Taylor Lewan of Michigan. The Titans could be in the market for a cornerback too if free agent Alterraun Verner isn’t re-signed so watch out for Justin Gilbert of Oklahoma St. or Darqueze Dennard of Michigan St.