The Tennessee Titans hold a lot of cards in the 2015 NFL Draft. How Ruston Webster and coach Ken Whisenhunt play them could depend on how many suitors knock with trade offers for the No. 2 overall pick. Based on visits, edge rushers and wide receivers are the preferred pick in Nashville.
The Dolphins, thanks to the loosely applied definition of local prospects, have been busy in the buildup to the 2015 NFL Draft with 37 visits, including eight wide receivers and potential offensive line help. NFLDraftScout.com investigates the team's unofficial list of draft visits.
Anyone paying attention to the 2015 NFL Draft buildup knows about star edge rusher Alvin "Bud" Dupree, but he's just the start of what could be a strong class from Kentucky. Fortunately for head coach Mike Stoops and UK fans, this year's crop could be just the beginning.
The Tennessee Titans hosted a pair of top prospects Wednesday -- Alabama WR Amari Cooper and Clemson OLB Vic Beasley -- in a signal the team will be more than prepared if an opportunity to make a deal comes about April 30.
Needing to add juice to a defense smarting with the losses of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland to retirement and cornerback Chris Culliver to free agency, the 49ers gamble on the Oakland native, who some feel is the draft's best corner and others see as a significant character risk.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney puts the intriguing crop of linebackers in the 2015 NFL Draft under the microscope, with as many as six -- five OLBs and ILB Eric Kendricks of UCLA -- worthy of consideration in the first two rounds.