Although there are some promising players in the Tennessee Titans’ secondary, they certainly could use an upgrade in their back end.
They have been relatively quiet in free agency, especially in regards to their secondary, which likely means they have shifted their focus towards upgrading their defensive backs through the draft.
They have already had Oklahoma State Cowboys’ cornerback Justin Gilbert in for a visit. Gilbert is considered by many to be the draft’s most talented cornerback.
They also need help at safety and HaSean Clinton-Dix of the Alabama Crimson Tide and Calvin Pryor of the Louisville Cardinals will likely top most teams’ draft boards there.
The Titans obviously wouldn’t mind getting their hands on either player.
According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Pryor has visited the Titans.
The #Titans recently hosted Louisville safety Calvin Pryor on a predraft visit as well.
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) April 10, 2014
Pryor measured in at 5’11 and 207 pounds at the NFL’s Scouting Combine.
NFL.com describes Pryor as “big, physical, hammering run defender brings an enforcer mentality to the box and an intimidating, punishing presence to the back end” and “is arguably the most violent hitter in this year’s draft class and should make his presence felt readily in the pros.”