Chance Warmack Overall Grade - B

(R1) OG Chance Warmack – A

Warmack hustled on every down he played and showed the Titans they have a very reliable body within the offensive line. 

The line itself needs more upgrades, but Warmack was an excellent selection for the Titans as they look to more potential rebuilding this offseason. 

Warmack showed he has the potential to be an All-Pro at this level.

(R2) WR Justin Hunter – B

I circled Hunter in my mocks last season as a player to watch, as he possesses the skills and mechanics to be a go-to receiver for the Titans. He saw sporadic action while sitting behind Washington and Wright. In his limited role, Hunter had only 18 receptions, but he turned those in for 354 yards, gaining nearly 20 yards per reception, and found the end zone on four of those receptions.

While both Washington and Wright had good seasons in their respective duties, both failed to get into the end zone. In fact, they combined for five touchdowns receiving last season, where Hunter fished only one behind with four. Hunter should be given every chance to win a starting role before next season.

(R3) CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson – C

Tennessee needed help with their secondary and found a gem in the third round, a player with 1st round potential on the field. Rather than increasing his reps with the starting team on the field, they reserved his role and didn’t cash in on his talent. Wreh-Wilson will enter training camp next season as a likely starter, and having him alongside Verner will be critical to the defense’s success next season. Once again, what good is talent if you don’t make use of it?

(R3) LB Zaviar Gooden – C

Gooden had 12 tackles in a limited role during his rookie season. Gooden is a special teamer and can make solid contributions to this unit. He may never see time as a starter on defense next season, but he has already proven his value on special teams. He deserves more reps on defense.

(R4) C Brian Schwenke – C

Schwenke was used as an injury replacement last season and his performance was up and down at best. Again, the Titans' offensive line needs upgrades and depth badly, but Schwenke’s inconsistency on the field shows he has not developed fully and will need more time. He had better put in some hard work to open eyes during training camp.

(R5) DE Lavar Edwards – C

Edwards saw very limited action last season. He tacked in 9 tackles and 1 pass deflection, but he was stuck behind a deep depth at the position, and this isn’t likely to change entering next season.

(R6) CB Khalid Wooten – F

Cut before the season started.

(R7) FS Daimion Stafford – C

Limited to only 18 special teams snaps, Stafford made 8 solid tackles and showed that he can, at the very least, be an effective tackler in special teams.