Now I’m a Giants fan, but I can honestly say that the Titans had one of the best drafts in 2010. Their first three picks were all solid. All should three will improve the team on both sides of the ball. But after the first three, they picks were mediocre at best. Myron Rolle and his pursuit of education is a great inspirational and he will definitely help the secondary on the field. Final Grade: B+. The first three picks…
Round 1, Pick #16: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
- What he brings: Morgan is the most complete, polished end in the 2010 class. He doesn’t have elite top-end speed but can still be a productive pass-rusher in the NFL because of his quick first step and his wide variety of pass-rush moves. He plays bigger than his size against the run, staying low coming out of his stance and using his hands well.
Round 3, Pick #13: Damian Williams, WR, USC
- What he brings: Williams is one of the most polished and savvy route-runners in this year’s draft class. Williams is a smooth athlete who does a good job transitioning out of breaks and shows above-average body control and ball skills. We graded him out as a second-round pick, but his lack of burst to create separation is likely the reason he dropped to the third round.
Round 3, Pick #33: Rennie Curran, OLB, Georgia
- What he brings: While Curran is a bit undersized and lacks top-end speed, he makes up for it with outstanding instincts and high motor. He also takes very sound angles to the ball in pursuit and should become a solid weakside linebacker.