Tennessee Titans Draft Pick Breakdown: Myron Rolle

May 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Titans have had some pretty good draft since Mike Reinfeldt. This year could be his best yet. Some really big names were taken along with some potential risks. For this series I'm going to break down each pick individually and let you know how successful I think they will become.
The Titans' second sixth-round pick is probably one of the most known stories coming out of college. Myron Rolle was a star at Florida State starting game four of his freshman year. He continued to put up big numbers in his sophomore and junior years and looked to be a possible first-round pick if he came out early.
However, Rolle decided to take a route not many football players have taken. He stepped away from the game of football in his senior season to become a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. Many people believe that the reason why he was so good on the football field was his intelligence. He always ended up near the ball and made some big plays for FSU.
While Oxford i...

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