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2014 Undrafted Free Agent (UDFA) Commentary: Tennessee Titans


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Many have noted how well the Titans have drafted on the O-Line the past two years. Their run continues in the UDFA period: In our book, they stole the best Center prospect in the entire 2014 NFL Draft with multiple time Academic All-American Gabe Ikard from Oklahoma. I cannot believe he was not drafted.

Virginia Tech DE prospect James Gayle has NFL athleticism, but was only mediocre in performance output in college. We don’t think he’ll make it, but there is some ‘hope’ here.

Western Kentucky RB prospect Antonio Andrews had a terrible go of it at the NFL Combine. His poor measurables translates to a ‘no-go’ in the pros.

— R.C. Fischer is an NFL Draft analyst for College Football, and a football projections analyst for Fantasy Football His group also provides player projections for Advanced Sports Logic’s football software “The Machine.” See “The Machine” here: The Machine via FFM

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