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The Tennessee Titans filled their need for a linebacker with the selection of UCLA linebacker Aaron Wallace.

The Tennessee Titans continued to fill positions of need on Saturday with the selection of UCLA linebacker Aaron Wallace in the seventh round.

The Tennessee Titans continued to fill positions of need on Saturday with the selection of UCLA linebacker Aaron Wallace in the seventh round.   

A redshirt senior, Wallace saw action in 49 games during his five years in the Bruins program, but only became a starter in his final season.

Wallace lead the Bruins in tackles for loss with 12.5 and seven sacks in 2015. He was sixth on the UCLA team in tackles with 65 tackles on defense and another 12 stops on special teams.

Wallace role with the Bruins expanded last season following the injury to his teammate and second round draft pick Myles Jack.  

His father, Aaron Wilson is a former NFL linebacker, having  been a three time All-SWC performer for  Texas A&M from 1986-89 and a Lombardi finalist in 89. He was selected in the second round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders and spent eight seasons in the league.

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