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These Tennessee Titans UDFAs Could Make An Impact

While most teams find their gems early in the draft, surprises do come in the later rounds - or even outside of the draft. Can Tennessee find any hidden gems in this class?

Jabari Small
Jabari Small, UT Credit Yahoo Sports

Braden Narveson: Kicker NC State

He averaged 7.1 points per game for his career with 409 total. His length of 57 yards is not bad coming out of college. He made 196 of 196 extra points and 71 of 91 field goals. Although it will take an amazing camp to beat out Folk, he does have promise.

Jabari Small Running Back UT

A "Do it all" kind of back, runs strong and has 2,369 all-purpose yards for his career. He played in 45 games with 24 starts during his career. He racked up 2,122 career rushing yards on 419 attempts with 24 rushing touchdowns He ranks 16th in UT career rushing yardage and also caught 32 passes for 247 yards, plus two receiving touchdowns.

Gabe Jeudy-lally Credit Tennessee Athletics

Gabe Jeudy-Lally Cornerback UT

He played 49 games, so he is well-versed while playing for three different teams. He finished his college career with 138 tackles, 5.5 for a loss, 1.5 sacks, 13 passes defended, and 1 forced fumble. He also has the right frame at 6’1” 190 lbs. He did have some nice plays at UT.

X’Zavvea Gadlin: Offensive Lineman - Liberty

He played over 1,000 snaps in 3 different positions at Liberty. Not a bad frame at 6’3” 322 lbs. Has strong hands and a wide base. He locates his blocks quickly and does a good job stopping gap-shooting linebackers. Some of the things he needs to work on are his recovery when beaten and his control over his body.

Caleb Murphy Credit Sports Illustrated

Caleb Murphy: Outside Linebacker

Murphy was on the roster last year but was largely overlooked. His college stats were impressive with 156 tackles, 40 sacks, 60.5 tackles for loss, and eight forced fumbles. He was also the first DII player in history to win the Ted Hendricks Award. I feel like he was kept around for a reason, and could make the final roster. He left an impression on me in the preseason with 3 sacks.

Kearis Jackson: Wide Receiver

He was also on the roster last season. His primary role with the Titans was as a return man. He was injured in week 2 after suffering a season-ending ankle injury. He will be competing with the 6th-round pick Jha’Quan Jackson for the same role this year. It will be tough for him to get a roster spot this year.

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