I started looking into the draft earlier than usual this year and draft season is my favorite 4 months of the year. So I'm getting pumped about the idea of having a top pick and the stud we're supposed to get. I've been researching here and there for a couple of weeks now. Here's what I've come up with thus far based on what the Titans are probably going to need come April. Needs heading into the draft and who's worth a top pick at this point: 1.) Quarterback: J. Clausen, J. Locker, R. Mallett, S. Bradford(?) 2.) Defensive End: Maybe D. Morgan, S. Kindle, or C. Dunlap 3.) Cornerback: E. Berry(?), J. Haden 4.) Defensive Tackle: N. Suh, G. McCoy 5.) Outside Backer: T. Lewis, S. Weatherspoon, T. Mays Titans' Big Board as of right now: 1.) Jimmy Clausen (QB) 2.) Jake Locker (QB) 3.) Ryan Mallett (QB) 4.) Sam Bradford(?) (QB) 5.) Ndamukong Suh (DT) 6.) Eric Berry (CB*) 7.) Travis Lewis (OLB) 8.) Joe Haden (CB) 9.) Gerald McCoy (DT) 10.) Sean Weatherspoon (OLB) 11.) Rolando McClain (MLB) 12.) Derrick Morgan (DE) 13.) Taylor Mays (OLB) 14.) Sergio Kindle (DE) 15.) Carlos Dunlap (DE) A lot will change as free agency rolls around and underclassmen decide to stay in school...I'm fully aware of that. But this is how I see it right now if I'm the Titans. I'm a believer in the system the Titans use by 'staying true to your board'. Don't take a page from the Raiders' drafting manual and start reaching because of needs. * DISCLAIMER: I'm assuming Berry can play CB. If not, he's bumped down considerably. So stfu.