The Tennessee Titans pick 11th in the NFL Draft and it is still a mystery which way they will go.
General Manager Ruston Webster has made it clear he would like to make a trade and get more picks.
The Titans enter the seven round draft with only six picks after trading away their third round pick last year.
Webster and new head coach Ken Whisenhunt have been lukewarm at best when talking about the prospects of drafting a quarterback.
Webster even said it was not a “slam dunk” that they would take one at all.
At least three national mock drafts Thursday though have the Titans taking Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles at number 11.
Most of the speculation has the Titans going with UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr or Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert.
The NFL Draft begins Thursday evening at 7 p.m.