The Tennessee Titans signed four of their nine draft choices as the team’s rookie mini-camp is set to begin this weekend.
The Titans agreed to deals with their last four picks in the ground – sixth-round offensive lineman Corey Levin and three seventh-round picks, linebacker Josh Carraway, tackle Brad Seaton and running back Khalfani Muhammad.
Levin earned second or third-team All-America honors over his final three seasons at UT-Chattanooga, while playing in 51 games at tackle and guard.
Carraway was an All-Big 12 selection at Texas Christian as a defensive end. He will play at outside linebacker in the Titans’ 3-4 scheme. Carraway had 17 sacks over his final two seasons at TCU.
Seaton played at left tackle as a senior, using his size (6-8, 330) and skill to help the Wildcats rush for more than 200 yards per game.
Muhammad was a running back and return man for California, racking up 4,575 all-purpose yards and 14 touchdowns for the Bears.