Keglar is a physical specimen at LB, possessing a great work ethic as well as good speed. He is another hard worker who will probably provide some assistance to the Titans' special teams unit. Keglar is described as being one of those "high on ability, low on production" guys. Linebacker is a position of strength in Tennessee, so Keglar will have some time to develop while learning from seasoned vets such as Keith Bulluck and David Thornton. The Titans were in need of some youth at the OLB position, so I understand the Titans' decision to grab Keglar in the fourth round.Jeff Fisher's Pac-10 roots are showing. The USC alum picked two guys on the second day of the draft who hail from the University of California, and with their last selection in the 4th round, the Titans chose a guy named Stanford.