2015 Tennessee Titans undrafted free agents

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans signed 14 undrafted rookies to complete their class.

Here's a note on each:

Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil, LB, Maryland -- Born in Trinidad and nicknamed Kujo. Had four tackles and a sack as a senior in the Terrapins' game against Ohio State.

Toby Johnson, DT, Georgia -- Registered a career-high six tackles vs. No. 9 Auburn in 2014. Started out at Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College.

Deon Long, WR, Maryland -- Broke both the tibia and the fibula in his right leg against Wake Forest last October and missed the last six games of the season.

Derrick Lott, DE, Tennessee-Chattanooga -- Started his football career at Georgia, where he played in two games in 2011 and three in 2010.

Josue Matias, G, Florida State -- He's 6-foot-6 and 325 pounds and played 43 consecutive games for one of the nation's best teams.

Mike Meyer, K, Iowa -- Hit 47 of 63 field goal attempts (.746) for the Hawkeyes in three seasons.

Connor Neighbors, FB, LSU -- Played in 43 games during his college career, starting 17.

Cody Prewitt, S, Mississippi -- Made 41 career starts and was a two-time First Team All SEC player.

Cody Riggs, CB, Notre Dame -- His father, Gerald, was a three-time Pro Bowl running back who had a 10-year career and his brother Gerald Jr. played in the CFL.

Curtis Riley, CB, Fresno State -- Was a starting quarterback and safety as a junior at University High School in Orlando, then just played quarterback his senior season. He was named his team's offensive MVP and was selected as a Central Florida Top 100 player that year.

Quinton Spain, G, West Virginia -- Has long arms and good size at 6-4, 332. The question at the next level will be about his hands.

J.R. Tavai, LB, USC -- Brings durability issues as he missed time with a variety of injuries in college.

Andrew Turzilli, WR, Rutgers -- Scored on a 93-yard catch against Tulane and an 80-yard score against Michigan, helping give him a 34.7-yard average on his 10 catches in 2014.

Lucas Vincent, DT, Missouri -- Per the Kansas City Star, Vincent benched 225 pounds 23 times and broad jumped 111 inches in the drills at his pro day.