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Safety Maxwell Worship invited to Tennessee Titans rookie minicamp

Worship will stay in Nashville to train at the Titans’ rookie camp from May 13th-15th
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Arianna Santiago
Maxwell Worship hoists aloft the American Flag as the team prepares to enter the stadium, as photographed on Nov. 5, 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Arianna Santiago)

Maxwell Worship got some good news after receiving an invitation to participate in the Tennessee Titans rookie minicamp. The news marked a continuation of a successful aftermath of the NFL Draft after Anfernee Orji and Jeremy Lucien signed undrafted free agent deals to the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens, respectively. 

While Worship didn’t sign on with the Titans, he’ll have a chance to earn a contract at camp. It will serve as a good opportunity for the 6’0, 207-pound defensive back to show off his talents and fight for a spot on the Titans’ roster. 

The ballhawking safety was fantastic in his final two years on West End, putting together two interceptions, a forced fumble, four passes defended and 101 total tackles. His flexibility in terms of where he can play and his ball skills make him an intriguing prospect for a Tennessee team that struggled mightily defending the pass last season.

The Titans’ rookie minicamp will be held from May 13-15. 

Stay tuned to The Vanderbilt Hustler sports section on Twitter for 2023 NFL Draft news.

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Aiden Rutman
Aiden Rutman, Sports Editor
Aiden Rutman (‘25) is a student in Peabody College majoring in human and organizational development and minoring in communication studies. He formerly produced The Hustler’s sports podcast, Live from West End. In addition to writing and podcasting, Aiden is an avid New York sports fan, and he loves playing sports, spending time outdoors and trying new foods. You can reach him at [email protected].
Arianna Santiago
Arianna Santiago, Senior Staff Photographer
Arianna Santiago ('24) is from Bremerton, Wash., and studying electrical and computer engineering in the School of Engineering. When not shooting for The Hustler or for freelance work, Arianna can be found leading campus tours, organizing events for University Catholic, attempting to study and procrastinating her lab reports. You can reach her at [email protected].
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