Who's the most likely Titan to break out?

Who's the biggest breakout candidate on the Tennessee Titans?

It's a good topic for us to discuss in mid-April.

I’m going to start by crossing people off the list:

He needs to be entering his fourth year at most. He can’t be rated by a good share of people as the best player on his side of the ball -- Jurrell Casey and Kendall Wright have already broken out. He should not be a first-round pick -- there would be no element of surprise to Chance Warmack breaking out, would there? In fact, we should expect it.

ESPN polls can only contain five entries, so I've put five candidates in the attached poll.

But in your comments here or in tweets to me that include #Titanbreakout, I will factor in your votes for someone else and use some of your comments in a follow-up post.

Others I think could reasonably be your choice: Brian Schwenke, Mike Martin, Zaviar Gooden, Lavar Edwards.

Thanks for Seahawks reporter Terry Blount for providing an excellent idea to borrow.