General McLane and University of Connecticut graduate Blidi Wreh-Wilson arrived in Nashville, Tenn., today to prepare for the Tennessee Titans’ rookie minicamp.
The three-day camp runs Friday through Sunday. Most rookie minicamps are glorified orientations, with the teams mentally preparing young players for the full minicamps. Unsigned free agent invitees use the three days as a tryout.
The Titans selected Wreh-Wilson in the third round of the NFL Draft with the 70th overall pick. He is expected to contend for playing time at cornerback as a rookie.
Check out a video from Titans minicamp that features an interview with Wreh-Wilson.