One of the best drafts in a long time IMO. 4 guys who are capable of starting with the first 4 picks. We are finally taking the best players available instead of reaching for need like in the past. Still plenty of good d lineman left. Ruston knows what's he's doing. Hell even the media is finally giving us some praise. From Rotoworld: Titans selected Missouri OLB Zaviar Gooden with the No. 97 overall pick. Gooden (6-foot-1 1/2, 234) manned the weak side in Mizzou's 4-3 defense, logging 61 tackles -- four for loss -- and an interception across ten games in 2012, missing the better part of three with a hamstring injury. His senior year was subpar, but Gooden rehabbed his stock with a 4.47 forty, 1.53 ten-yard split, and 27 bench reps at the Combine. Gooden doesn't always play as physically as he should, but is the premier pure run-and-chase linebacker in this class. The Titans now have some serious speed with Gooden and Zach Brown. Titans selected Connecticut CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson with the No. 70 overall pick. It's the third UConn player to go in the last seven picks. Wreh-Wilson (6-foot 3/4, 195) made 39 starts at UConn, recording eight career interceptions and returning two for touchdowns. He ran 4.53 at the Combine with a 36-inch vertical and 10-foot-8 broad jump. A long, lanky corner with some stiffness, Wreh-Wilson is considered a high-character prospect who is willing in run support. He has the potential to grow into a solid No. 2 cornerback. Apr 26 - 9:04 PM Titans traded up to select Tennessee WR Justin Hunter with the No. 34 overall pick, sending the No. 40 and 216 overall picks to the 49ers, in addition to a 2014 third-rounder. The Titans have traded up for a player NFL Films guru Greg Cosell called the "most physically talented wide receiver" in this year's class. It's another weapon for embattled QB Jake Locker, and helps make up for the loss of Jared Cook. It also signals the end of Nate Washington's time in Tennessee, and puts Kenny Britt on the spot going into the final year of his contract. At the Combine, Hunter (6-foot-4, 196) blazed a 4.44 forty with a 39.5-inch vertical and 11-foot-4 broad jump, the longest of any wideout. His body type and play speed are similar to A.J. Green's, though he dropped a disturbing 12.1 percent of his targets last season Still, Hunter projects to be better a full year removed from the ACL, and offers immense upside as a traditional "X" receiver. Walterfootball.com grades: 34. Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee: A- Grade I love this move, as Tennessee surrendered a 2014 third-rounder to move here. Justin Hunter should have been taken in the first round. He's unbelievably athletic and has tremendous upside. The Titans had to find some weapons for Jake Locker because if he doesn't succeed, the coaching staff and front office will be fired. 70. Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut: A Grade There was some talk that Blidi Wreh-Wilson could sneak into the end of the first round, so you have to love the value here. The Titans were said to consider Dee Milliner at No. 10, but Wreh-Wilson isn't a bad consolation prize, as he will help fill a huge need at cornerback. 97. Zaviar Gooden, OLB, Missouri: B Grade The Titans had to find some linebacker depth, and they're getting a pretty good talent in Zaviar Gooden. I had Gooden around this range - in fact, I mocked him to Tennessee's early fourth-rounder for weeks - so I like this pick.