Nevada cornerback Khalid Wooten goes to Tennessee in sixth round of NFL draft

Published April 27, 2013

| Associated Press

The Tennessee Titans have selected Nevada cornerback Khalid Wooten in the sixth round of the NFL draft.

Wooten, the 202nd overall pick, is the second cornerback the Titans have added in this draft. The Titans took Connecticut's Blidi Wreh-Wilson in the third round Friday.

Both of the Titans' new cornerbacks have plenty of size. Wreh-Wilson is over 6 feet tall. Wooten is 5-11 and 205 pounds.

Wooten, 5-foot-11 and 205 pounds, recorded 10 career interceptions at Nevada and returned two of them for touchdowns. The former high school quarterback also returned kickoffs and punts at Nevada.

Earlier in the day, the Titans selected California guard/center Brian Schwenke in the fourth round and LSU defensive end Lavar Edwards in the fifth round.

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