3.8 Tennessee Titans Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut (6-1, 195)
The Titans must have liked Blidi Wreh-Wilson a lot to take him in the third round. They had more pressing issues but drafting Blidi will provide depth behind starters Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner.
The Titans are likely to switch to more man-to-man press coverage in 2013 and that’s exactly what Wreh-Wilson excels at. He’s a physical corner that likes to mix it up with receivers. If he can transition to the NFL game quickly, he could see action as a starter early in his career. He also has great size and can match up well against some of the larger wide outs.