SUMMARY: Just a month after the 2005 NFL Draft, attention was turned to the class of 2006. "It seems like the draft is getting more and more attention every year," Titans GM Floyd Reese said. "Everybody sees that it's the way to go and that it's what you need to do. … People are spending more time, more money, more effort, more resources just trying to make sure you don't mess up." Preparing for the draft is now in full gear. This week Reese attended practices for the Las Vegas All-American Classic. Next up are practices for Saturday's East-West Shrine Game. After that it's a week of Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Ala. Next month, the entire staff will head to the Feb. 22-28 NFL Combine in Indianapolis followed by hundreds of individual workouts and school workouts across the country in March. The Titans will also invite up to 20 players to Baptist Sports Park for pre-draft visits. The NFL Draft will take place on April 29 - 30. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.