BY BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special contributor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- In every draft room, there is a draft board with 1,000-plus names that are not draftable and won’t get a chance as a free agent and a second draft board that contains 300+ names that will get drafted or sign free agent contracts. 

DraftLogo2019There are also other boards in the draft room. A Top 100 player board ranked in order. A board with all seven rounds with each pick in order. There is a board with all 32 team’s draft choices that they own by number under the name. And last, in Nashville, there is a Titans’ team needs board to fill out the remaining roster spots.

The most important of these boards is the Titans’ positional grade board. It will be used the most during the draft.

The board is set up by position starting with C, G, T, TE, QB, RB, WR, DE, DT, ILB, OLB, CB, S, Spec. Every team uses their own specific numerical grading system to determine the value of the player. The most popular grading system is the “old” national football scouting grading system.

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