Mistakes are expected when you are a rookie competing in your very first NFL camp, but from top picks Chance Warmack and Justin Hunter much is expected.
"If I can do my job and be a guy that everybody has high expectations of me being then I can fill that role and help the team as much as possible," said Warmack.
"I was just trying to make it through the drills at the beginning. I wasn't even worried about the passes, because coach, he's zero tolerance. I was just trying to get everything down pat," added Hunter.
For the former Vols wide receiver Hunter, the difference between the college and pro game is clear.
"A lot of meetings, definitely a lot more than in college, the tempo is a lot faster. I believe they are going to be very aggressive they are going to have me gaining seven pounds by the time camp starts."
Warmack will be asked to shore up the Titans shaky offensive line, but working with two Hall of Fame former linemen in Bruce Matthews and Mike Munchak should help him hit the field running.
"I just can't wait to build a relationship with them, you know they are going to help me become a great player. I think that's the best situation you can be in as an offensive lineman in general, I'm just blessed and I'm happy to be in this situation."
The Titans see their two top picks as lynchpins to a successful 2013.
"We had guys last year that stepped up and helped us the last two years that I've been here rookies have stepped up,we assume we drafted guys we assumed they have the abilities to do that so our expectation is that should help this football team win. They have to come in and prove it," said head coach Mike Munchak.