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The Titans haven't drafted an offensive lineman on the first day of the draft since 1999 (G Zach Piller, third round), and you have to go all the way back to 1993 to find the last time they used a first-round pick on an offensive tackle (Brad Hopkins). Instead, the team has drafted linemen in the second day and turned them over to offensive line coach Mike Munchak, who has developed players like G Benji Olson and C Justin Hartwig into dependable starters. But the Titans now have a hole at RT following the release of Fred Miller, and his replacement -- or Hopkins' eventual replacement -- could come out of this year's draft class. Florida State's Alex Barron, Oklahoma's Jammal Brown and Washington's Khalif Barnes are all top-notch prospects the team might consider.