The NFL Draft is still two months away. My pick for the Titans: Florida defensive end Carlos Dunlap. He’s a bigger and stronger version of Jevon Kearse, who was an instant hit for the Titans in the 1999 Draft. With veteran Kyle Vanden Bosch expected to move on this offseason – Vanden Bosch sure doesn’t expect to be back – I put defensive end as the team’s priority this offseason. Kearse, of course, won’t be back after a lackluster 2009 season. At defensive end, the Titans will return William Hayes, who is getting better each game. They also have Jacob Ford, who has been a bright spot in spurts. Other than that, Dave Ball likely returns as a restricted free agent, and Eric Bakhtiari will also be back. In the 2010 draft, four defensive ends stand out, starting with Georgia Tech’s Derrick Morgan, who will be long gone when the Titans pick in the middle of the first round. USC’s Everson Griffen, South Florida’s Jason Pierre-Paul and Dunlap are the other three. Someone could very well grab Dunlap by the time the Titans pick. If I’m in the front office, I know I’d pick him.