Fantasy Football Forecast: Where Key Titans Rank

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Kickoff to the 2018 NFL season is still four months away. 

But the NFL Draft – and the bulk of free agency – is complete, so teams have taken shape.

And already, the fantasy football folks are weighing in.

This week, more than 20 men and women from ESPN, including fantasy writers and editors, NFL writers, researchers and other members of the football operation, met to discuss the season what to expect this fall. At ESPN, once the Fantasy Football Rankings Summit concluded, the group conducted its first mock draft of 2018.

So, where do the top Titans rank by position in the minds of those weighing in?

Also, NFL.com Fantasy analyst James Koh released his Top 200 fantasy players for 2018 list on Tuesday.

Let's take a look at where players are ranked on ESPN's list (Note: Some lists went 1-30 or 1-60 so not all Titans made the list).

Running back Derrick Henry was the first Titan taken in a 12-player ESPN mock draft -- Stephania Bell took him in the fifth round (51st overall).

Quarterback

Marcus Mariota – 20th.

Top 3: Aaron Rodgers (Packers), Tom Brady (Patriots), Russell Wilson (Seahawks).

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Running backs**

Derrick Henry – 20th.

Dion Lewis – 25th.

Top 3: Le'Veon Bell (Steelers), Todd Gurley II (Rams), David Johnson (Cardinals).

Wide receivers

Corey Davis – 34th

Rishard Matthews – 51st.

Top 3: Antonio Brown (Steelers), DeAndre Hopkins (Texans), Odell Beckham Jr (Giants).

Tight ends

Delanie Walker – 7th.

Top 3: Rob Gronkowski (Patriots), Travis Kelce (Chiefs), Zach Ertz (Eagles).

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Defense/Special teams**

Titans – 20th.

Top 3: Jaguars, Eagles, Vikings.

Kickers

Ryan Succop – 14th.

Top 3: Greg Zuerlein (Rams), Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots), Justin Tucker (Ravens).

Here's a look at the Titans who made Koh's Top 200 fantasy players for 2018 list:

RB Derrick Henry – 42nd

WR Corey Davis 47th.

RB Dion Lewis 63rd.

QB Marcus Mariota 95th.

TE Delanie Walker 131st.

WR Rishard Matthews 134th.

TitansOnline.com looks back at QB Marcus Mariota's 2017 season. (AP Photos)

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