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From Las Vegas: Fans Share Mocks, Picks for the Titans in NFL Draft


LAS VEGAS – The NFL Draft is finally here.

And, so are your mock drafts.

We asked for them, and you delivered.

Thank you for taking the time.

Now, let's see who gets it right …

Ryan Gilpatrick, Indianapolis, Indiana

My Titans mock draft, with no trades:
Pick 26: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
Pick 90: Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
Pick 131: David Bell, WR, Purdue
Pick 143: Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee
Pick 169: Thayer Munford, G, Ohio State
Pick 204: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
Pick 219: Markquese Bell, S, Florida A&M
I would be very happy with this turnout

Caleb Arthur from Ames, Iowa

R1: 26-Treylon Burks, WR Arkansas
R3: 90-Cole Strange, G Chattanooga
R4: 131-Kellen Diesch, T Arizona State
R4: 143-Eyioma Uwazurike, ED Iowa State
R5: 169-Joshua Ezeudu, G North Carolina
R6: 204-Brian Robinson Jr, HB Alabama
R6: 219-Jack Sanborn, LB Wisconsin

Evan Urban from Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Here's my mock, I'm doubling down on WR and focused on offense.
Trade 26 to the Packers for 28 and 92
28: WR George Pickens
90: T Kellen Diesch
92: TE Jelani Woods
131: G Joshua Ezeudu
143: WR Erik Ezukanma
169: HB Brian Robinson Jr
204: S Smoke Monday
219: P Matt Araiza

Caleb Shore from Los Angeles, California

Using PFF's simulator on its default setting, not allowing myself a trade, here's what I've got:
26: WR Sky Moore- Western Michigan
90: OL Cole Strange- Chattanooga
131: OL Kellen Diesch- Arizona State
143: TE Daniel Bellinger- San Diego State
169: RB Tyler Allgeier- BYU
204: EDGE Christopher Allen- Alabama
219: LB Jack Sanborn- Wisconsin
Moore fits an obvious need for me. The Titans have met with Strange and Diesch (maybe more than once?). Bellinger seems like the perfect mold for a Titans TE. Allgeier isn't a huge need, but there weren't a ton of options in this simulation. Allen and Sanborn had high PFF grades at positions where the Titans probably need some depth.
I've run these simulations more times than I can count, I LOVE draft season but can't wait to hear the names called and look toward rookie camp.
Here's to all hell breaking loose on Thursday!

Mark Oehlers from Fort Myers, Florida

26 / WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State / Dotson fills top need as a productive and speedy slot receiver. I would also love to see Minnesota DE Boye Mafe in play here. Mafe impressed at his Pro Day and the Combine, but he is not the quintessential "workout warrior". He was productive in college in the same league as the presumed #1 overall pick and had a fantastic Senior Bowl.

90 / WR Calvin Austin, III, Memphis / Austin is undersized, but highly productive. He has blazing speed, and could become our return specialist and an option in empty backfield sets on day one.

131 / TE Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State / Ruckert is a massive blocking tight end with sure hands. He made the most of his 54 career grabs as 12 of them went for TD.

143 / WR Velus Jones, Jr., Tennessee / Jones is a specimen who weighed in at 204 lbs. and ran a 4.31 40 at the Combine. He averaged 27.3 yard per kickoff return with a touchdown, and scored on seven of his 64 grabs.

169 / DE Jeffrey Gunter, Coastal Carolina / Gunter was a difference maker for a program that was historically great over the last two seasons. He had 12 sacks and forced eight fumbles in that timeframe.

204 / LB Jack Sanborn, Wisconsin / Sanborn doesn't wow you with his size or athleticism, but he's one of those guys that just understands how to play football. Started three seasons for Wisconsin and was a tackle machine. He could help with depth and on special teams.

219 / A lot of options here. T Tyler Vrabel, Boston College would be a special pick. As would bringing MBA product RB Ty Chandler, North Carolina back home. WR Slade Bolden, Alabama; WR Ty Fryfogle, Indiana; WR Bo Melton, Rutgers all fit the theme and need. DE Arron Mosby, Fresno State is another disrupter who would add depth on the edge.
UFA worth a look would be FB Connor Heyward, Michigan State, son of legendary "Iron Head" Heyward.

Taylor Moseley from Spring Creek, Nevada

RD1- QB/ Ridder or Corral. If Burks is unavailable.
RD3- WR/ Pierce or OL/Strange
RD4-OL/ Hayes or WR/Shakir
RD5-CB/ Taylor
RD6- TE/ Bellinger
RD-6 EDGE/ Anderson

Dave Bettlach from Chesterfield, Missouri

26) Zion Johnson LG
90) Alec Pierce WR
131) Isaiah Likely TE
143) Marcus Jones CB/KR/PR
169) Smoke Monday S
204) Tyrion Davis-Price RB
219) Chance Campbell ILB/OLB

Alex Disney from Franklin, Tennessee

My mock for the titans would be this:
Trade pick 26 pick 143 and a 2024 future second for the Seahawks 40-41 (I can see the Seahawks maybe trading back into the first to grab a QB like Pickett or ridder)
Pick 40 - Tyler Smith OT/IOL mocked 33 (fingers crossed but he has been moving up in the draft)
Pick 41 - Christian Watson WR mocked 51
Pick 90 - Cole Strange G/C mocked 86 (fingers crossed)
Pick 131 - Damone Clark LB cause we always draft someone who won't play their rookie year :D mocked 131-136
Pick 169 - Coby Bryant CB mocked 177
Pick 204 - Isaiah Likely/Jalen Wydermyer/Cole Turner TE
Pick 219 - Trade with Chiefs for pick 243 and pick 251
Pick 243 - Jerome Ford RB mocked 224 (fingers crossed)
Pick 251 - Esezi Otomewo Edge mocked 231-286 or bubba bolden S mocked 205-283

Jon Kerlikowske from Franklin, Tennessee

Here is my mock draft using PFF simulator. No trades utilizing default setting. This ended up being a offensive heavy draft, but would pop a bottle of bubbly if it played out like this.
1-26 Chris Olave
3-90 Dohnovan West IOL Arizona State
4-131 Kellen Diesch OT Arizona State
4-143 Daniel Bellinger TE San Diego State
5-169 Joshua Ezeudu G North Carolins
6-204 Josh Johnson WR Tulsa
6-219 Christopher Allen ED Alabama
I'll send my address when it's time to celebrate Jim, Titan Up!

C.J. Gayton from Harlingen, Texas (Titansice on Instagram)

1.26 Kenyon Green
3.90 Jalen Tolbert
4.131 Zamir White
4.143 Coby Bryant
5.169 Jalen Wydermyer
6.204 Cade Mays
6.219 Esezi Otmoewo

Jason Lloyd from Knoxville, Tennessee

Hey Jim, you requested mock drafts from fans. Here's mine. In true mock draft fashion, I'm not including trade, though I think trader Jon will trade up/down a few times.
26 - Desmond Ridder - QB Cincinnati
90 - Jalen Tolbert - WR - South Alabama
131 - Kellen Diesch - OT - Arizona State
143 - Jelani Woods -TE - Virginia
169 - Ed Ingram - OG - LSU
204 - Jeffrey Gunter - EDGE - Coastal Carolina
219 - Smoke Monday - Safety - Auburn

Daniel Bordera from Valencia, Spain

Kenyon Green
Cade Otton
Bo Melton
Bailey Zappe
Cade Mays
Alontae Taylor
Deven Thompkins

Kellen Quinn from Nashville, Tennessee

1 WR(slot) Jahan Dotson
WR has to be the pick here with Kenyon Green, Linderbaum, and Zion Johnson off the board. True slot guy kicks Robert Woods and AJB outside which leaves NWI as a 4th Option. Dez and Racey at 5-6.
3 IOL Ed Ingram
Ed Ingram should compete with Jemarco Jones and Aaron Jones to start at Left Guard. Lots of Experience on good winning teams. Most appearances by a player in LSU history. This Kicks Radinz to Right Tackle. (Expect 6th round pick Dare Rosenthal to back up Radunz if he makes the final roster)
4 TE Chigoziam Okonkwo
Freaky Athlete for a TE, with signing of Austin Hooper it shouldn't pressure him to develop soon. Great in a Shanahan Style Offense. Decent Blocker. Potential Potential Potential. Should Slot in nicely as a year one special Teamer and the 1st or 2nd TE in 2023. Needs time behind Hooper and Geoff Swaim.
4 QB Bailey Zappe
QB is a HUGE need for the Titans. Ryan Tannehill is getting older. Neither Backups behind him offer any competition so adding a young hungry to prove himself guy to this QB room adds some pressure. Slots in as a career backup due to limited arm strength and accuracy
5 LB Micah McFadden
Not a sexy pick. Need Depth in front of Tuzar Skipper and should challenge Dylan Cole for LB 4 late this year or next year. Bad Size for a LB but makes up for it with Elite Athletic Ability. Not a super high upside guy. Truly just a backup MIC
6 WR/OT Dare Rosenthal l I went with Rosenthal here for more depth on the OLine. He's a fringe roster/practice squad guy but he could be on a roster if he cleans up his feet(probably needs to switch to guard at next level)
6 hybrid safety/corner Jack Jones 4.55 speed. Backup Nickel and FS. Assuming Elijah Molden, Caleb Farley, and Kristian Fulton continue to develop this guy should slot in as a special teamer and backup for the Titans.

Tyler Samson from Franklin, Tennessee

Tennessee Titans 2022 Draft Predictions:
1st Round (26th Overall): Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
3rd Round (90th Overall): Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia
4th Round (131st Overall): Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama
4th Round (143rd Overall): Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M
5th Round (169th Overall): Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State
6th Round (204th Overall): Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
6th Round (219th Overall): MarQuan McCall, IDL, Kentucky

Dillon Miller from Eagleville, Tennessee

Receive: R2:39 R2:48. Give: R1:26 R6:219 R32024
R2: 39 G Kenyon Green Texas A&M
Receive: R2:51 R3:101 Give: R2:48 R6:204
R2: 51 TE Trey McBride Colorado State
R3: 90 WR Ucla Kyle Philips
R3: 101 CB Jalyn Armour-Davis Alabama
R4: 131 ED Dominique Robinson Miami (OH)
R4:143 LB JoJo Domann Nebraska
R5: 169 Matt Waletzko North Dakota

Sean O`Connor from Glen Ellen, California

The value in the 2022 draft is in the middle rounds. Therefore; I trade back twice to concentrate our picks in rounds 3-5 to address our immediate needs while also drafting a QB of the future in round 2. This mock was performed at PFF 2022 Mock Draft Simulator using the default settings.
Titans trade pick 1-26 to da Bears for picks 2-39 & 3-71.
2-39 - QB Sam Howell - NC
Titans trade pick 3-71 to NY Football Giants for picks 3-81 & 4-112.
3-81 - CB Marcus Jones - Houston
3-90 - T Max Mitchell - Louisiana
4-112 - TE Jeremy Ruckert - Ohio State
4-131 - WR Kevin Austin Jr - ND
4-143 - RB Brian Robinson Jr- Alabama
5-169 - G Lecitus Smith - VT
6-204 - Ed Christopher Allen - Alabama
6-219 - P Matt Araiza - SD State

Kyle Schreibeis from Wenatchee, Washington

26- Zion Johnson

90- Romeo Doubs/Khalil Shakir

131- Cade Otton

Robert Wilson from Kent, Ohio

1st rd: Kenyon Green
3rd rd: Jeremy Ruckert
4th rd: Alontae Taylor
4th rd: Marcus Jones
5th rd: DeAngelo Malone
6th rd: Velus Jones
6th rd: Esezi Otomewo
Not what I want them to do, I do think they wait for a wide receiver. With Woods and Brown it's not a major need even though we need a burner (Sorry Treylon Burkes is not what we need). Ruckert is the best TE in this draft and would be Robinson's ideal TE (great blocker, route runner, decent speed, and great hands). Taylor would take over Cruikshanks role and Jones is a special teamer who flashes in return skills. Ideally I would love them to trade back, but gotta have a dance partner and the right prospects to fall.

Caden Anderson from Nashville, Tennessee

Hope you and the family are well, Jim! Ideally, I would love to trade back in acquire more draft capital. Assuming we stick and pick at 26, O-Line needs help with Zion Johnson, Kenyon Green, Tyler Linderbaum(my favorite) or Trevor Penning. If the board doesn't allow there top tier O-Lineman, what WR is available? Chances are our only WR options will be Treylon Burks or Jahan Dotson. I am in the minority, but I also believe if "our guy" at the QB position is there at 26, it makes a lot of sense.
In regards to my entire mock draft, the players I would love to see on this team are: QB - Bailey Zappe, WR - Velus Jones Jr, Danny Gray, Calvin Austin, OL - Cole Strange, Dylan Parham, Cam Jurgens, Lecitus Smith, Zach Tom, S - Jalen Pitre, Nick Cross, Quentin Lake, EDGE - Nik Bonitto, DeAngelo Malone, TE - Chigoziem Okonkwo, Charlie Kolar
I love the draft. It is reality TV at its finest. By the way, MLK boys basketball won the 10AAA Regular Season Championship, 10AAA District Tournament Championship, and Region 5AAA Tournament Championship this season!

Blake Traw from Jackson, Missouri

1st round 26 Kenyan Green OG Texas A&M
3rd round 90 Khalil Shakir WR Boise State
4th round 131 Jalen Wydermyer TE Texas A&M
4th round 143 Bailey Zappe QB Western Kentucky
5th round 169 Kyren Williams RB Notre Dame
6th round 204 James Houston OLB Jackson State
6th round 219 Kyler McMichael CB North Carolina


Kasper Bøgelund Sell from Denmark

My (No-Trade) Mock Draft
Jaguars - Travon Walker
Lions - Aidan Hutchinson
Texans - Sauce Gardner
Jets - Kayvon Thibodeaux
Giants - Ickey Ekwonu
Panthers - Evan Neal
Giants - Derek Stingley Jr.
Falcons - Garrett Wilson
Seahawks - Charles Cross
Jets - Jameson Williams
Commanders - Kyle Hamilton
Vikings - Jermaine Johnson II
Texans - Jordan Davis
Ravens - Trent McDuffie
Eagles - Drake London
Saints - Trevor Penning
Chargers - Devonte Wyatt
Eagles - Andrew Booth
Saints - Chris Olave
Steelers - Malik Willis
Patriots - Devin Lloyd
Packers - Jahan Dotson
Cardinals - Treylon Burks
Cowboys - Tyler Linderbaum
Bills - Kyler Gordon
Titans - Zion Johnson
Buccaneers - Kenyon Green
Packers - George Karlaftis
Chiefs - Dax Hill
Chiefs - Skyy Moore
Bengals - Kaiir Elam
Lions - Matt Corral

Nathan George from St. Louis, Missouri

Here is my 2022 mock draft for the Tennessee Titans:
R1:26- Treylon Burks (WR, Arkansas)
R3:90- Dylan Parham (G, Memphis)
R4:131- Jalen Wydermeyer (TE, Texas A&M)
R4:143- Kyren Williams (RB, Notre Dame)
R5:169- Cordale Flott (CB, LSU)
R6:204- Nephi Sewell (LB, Utah)
R6:219- Percy Butler (S, Louisiana)


Chris Poor from Whites Creek, Tennessee

Here's my latest mock Jim!

R1. OL Kenyon Green
R3. WR Jalen Tolbert
R4. CB Akayleb Evans
R4. TE Daniel Bellinger
R5. OT Max Mitchell
R6. QB Bailey Zappe
R6. LB Aaron Hansford

Donovan Patterson from Hendersonville, Tennessee

Round 1: WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State
Round 3: TE Jeremey Ruckert, Ohio State
Round 4: IOL Tyrese Robinson, Oklahoma
Round 4: OT Dare Rosenthal, Kentucky
Round 5: WR Justyn Ross, Clemson
Round 6: CB Mario Goodrich, Clemson
Round 6: S Bubba Bolden, Miami

Nicolas Delamare from Laval, France

Hi Jim, so happy to write you again and especially during this exciting draft time, hope everything is good for you... Ok, so, I go on PFF Mock draft simulator and with our Titans 1st pick, I decide to trade our pick 26 with Green bay for picks 28, 3th round pick n°92 and 4th round n°132... So With our 28 pick in first round, Nicolas (the worst Titans GM !! Lol... Not ready for being JRob backup yet !!) I choose Kenyon Green, Guard from Texas A&M...Then, with pick 90, I choose QB Carson Strong from Nevada (battle for QB Backup with Logan Woodside) pick 92, I choose, Matthew Butler DL from Volunteers (I heard some rumors that he works with our Harold Landry) pick 131, TE from Texas A&M, Jalen Wydermyer...pick 132, WR from Baylor Tyquan Thornton....pick 143, WR from Tennessee, Velus Jones Jr...pick 169, CB from Fayetteville state, Joshua Williams....pick 204, Safety from Texas A&M, Leon O'Neal Jr and with my last pick, pick number 219, I choose a young kid for working and learning from our Taylor "Dad" Lewan, Tyler Vrabel, OT from Boston College...

Lyndon Mitchell from Pelham, Alabama

26.Kenyon Green OG Texas A&M
90.Justyn Ross WR Clemson
131.Tyquan Thornton WR Baylor
143.Charlie Kolar TE Iowa State
169.Josh Jobe CB Alabama
204.Kennedy Brooks RB Oklahoma
219.Neil Farrell Jr. DT LSU

Wyatt Bonicelli from Edmond, Oklahoma

Bernhard Raimann is a Titan on Thursday!

Jaden Brown from New Orleans, Louisiana

The Titans is a really athletic team, with a lot of muscle,cand look for bigger high vert receivers who can play inside and out. So with the 26th selection i think the Titans are going to choose Treylon Burks

Jordan Lowery from Huntsville, Tennessee

Pick 26 = Burks WR out of Arkansas

Charlie Dodson from Tullahoma, Tennessee

Zion Johnson- with Saffold departing the team there's a lot of questions about the offensive line. Although this isn't a flashy pick like Desmond ridder. I think picking the safer option and fortifying the line for Derrick Henry is the way the titans should go. Johnson is a solid run blocker with pass blocking upside and I think he would fit the team perfectly.

Dustin Martin from Manhattan, Kansas

At 26 I'm hoping for Desmond Ridder, Treylon burks, Zion Johnson, or Kenyon Green
But I would be happy with a trade back and look at Sam Howell or George Pickens

Tyler Hanover from Hanover, Pennsylvania

Hey Jim! I'm pumped for the draft to get here and confident that JRob and Vrabes will do this team right. I haven't paid too much attention to the later round guys so, i'm going to throw out my wish list and thoughts on what we do in the first round....
If we stay put at 26 I see us making one of the following picks: Penning, Burks, Moore or Dotson. Quite frankly, I would love if we manage to get Penning (dude is a BEAST) but, i highly doubt he will be available. Same goes for Burks... My final guess is that we make Moore our pick at 26 if we stay put.
BUT, my gut feeling says that we trade out of 26 to accumulate more picks.
Either way, I believe an OT/OG or a WR will be our first pick of this years draft.
*Bonus thought, we scoop up a QB in the later rounds as our hopeful future guy and competition for Woodside at #2 - Glass?*
As always, we appreciate all that you do for us and TITAN-TF-UP boys!!!

Edward Baker from Camden, Tennessee

I'm not around the team much but I think there are three scenarios that could happen.
1. Most unlikely they trade up to late teens or early twenties to draft a Qb if they really like one.
2. Keep the 26th pick and take a WR or OG
3. Most likely trade down and acquire a late 1st round or early 2nd round and then draft a WR or OG.
I strongly believe all day 1 or 2 picks will be on the offensive side of the ball. Day 3 could be a backup RB and defensive depth.

Bryce Poole from Nashville, Tennessee

Depending on how the first round plays out, I would love to see if JRob can get a team like the Bengals to trade up for someone like Tyler Linderbaum at 26. Hopefully moving back to 31 can snag us another top 100 pick, and at 31 Sam Howell would still be on the board, who's my personal QB1 this draft.
For third round targets I'd love to see Dylan Parham, Zach Tom, or Cade Otton be available

Paul Bakke from Huntsville, Alabama

Titans select Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State
They don't have anyone like him and he will be a great complement to AJ and Woods. He fits the mold of tough, productive, great football player. Yes, he's not big but he presents a weapon they have been missing the last few years. Immediate upgrade to WR room and possibly punt returns.

Chris Xavier from Louisville, Kentucky

Hope all is well. I think that if Treylon Burks is on the board at 26, the Titans should take him. He's a big, physical WR who's an above average blocker & has great ball skills. 50/50 jump balls for him are more like 70/30 balls. He's kind of a taller AJ Brown/ Dez Bryant 2.0. To me it's a no brainer. Who would you like for us at 26?

Timmy Rever from Kansas City, Missouri

Hey Jim! Greetings from KC. I'm predicting a Chiefs-esque move here, the Titans are going to trade up and land stud QB Malik Willis out of Liberty University! Go Titans and Go Flames!

Brian Dunn from Clarksville, Tennessee

Tennessee Titans, with the 1st rd pick, will select Trevor Penning, offensive tackle, Northern Iowa.

Daniel Mode from Nashville, Tennessee

Here's my latest mock for the Titans, Jim. I began by trading picks 26 & 204 to the Bears (Who don't have a 1st round pick and might want to move up) for picks 39 & 71. My draft then proceeded as follows: 39: WR Christian Watson, 71: G Dylan Parham, 90: T Nicholas Petit Frere, 131: TE Chigo Okwonko, 143: WR Tyquan Thornton, 169: S Yusuf Corker, 219: RB Jerome Ford.
I think this draft really fills a lot of needs and adds four dynamic playmakers to our Offense while solidifying the O-Line as well. Corker would be a quality Cruikshank replacement. Lemme know what you think!

Nolan Weeks from Brentwood, Tennessee

Hey Jim,
I think the Titans are going to take someone that falls to them at 26 or trade the pick. I have a feeling they will take someone like Treylon Burks or Tyler Linderbaum. But, I really hope a receiver falls to them at 26.

Kole McCallen from Raleigh, North Carolina

Hey Jim! I think the Titans are gonna select Malik Willis with the 26th overall pick

Collin Teets from Columbus, Ohio

I think the Titans will draft Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama.

Matt Cheney from New Jersey

I think if one of their top 3 WR's are on the board at 19, they will try and move up.
If not, think they're going OL (Zion Johnson) or trading down.

Scott Rhodes from Grafton, Massachusetts

Power Ranking Players available at #26.
Hopeful/unlikely to fall:
1. Jameson Williams (Pipe dream)
2. Chris Olave
3. Trevor Penning

Realistic Possibilities:
4. Zion Johnson
5. Kenyon Green
6. Treylon Burks

Worst Case Scenario of who's left:
7. Trade back
8. Second Tier of WR's (Dotson, Pickens, Moore, Watson)
9. Best defensive player available
10. Tyler Linderbaum
11. A QB (Ridder/ Corral)
12. Second Tier OT
13. a LB

Brian West from Joelton, Tennessee

Top 3 favorites
Linderbaum C Iowa
Penning T Northern Iowa
McBride TE Colorado St

Will Anderson from Murfreesboro, Tennessee

While I'd love to see a playmaking receiver or a trade back in the first round, we lost a huge piece in Saffold this year. Add Quess joining Saffold at the Bills, and we're light at arguably the worst performing positions last year. Trevor Penning posted the highest PFF run blocking grade of any tackle (in PFF history.) Kenyon Green is a jack of all trades who has only given up 1 sack in two years. You can't go wrong with either.

Andy Stambene from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Done tonnes of mocks...I have Titans trading of the first round but if they keep all their picks...Kenyon Green, Danny Gray, Thayer Munford, Tyquan Thornton, Curtis Brooks, Leon O'Neil Jr and DaRon Bland! May the Titans scouts and GM JRob, coach M Vrabel have the eye of a Hawk and swoop of an Eagle!!!

Bradley Fields from Phoenix, Arizona

Hey Jim, I believe the Titans will either take Cincinnati QB Desmond Ridder or Tulsa OT Tyler Smith with our first draft pick. Thanks for keeping us up to date on the team!

Brendan Marsh from Clifton Park, New York

With the 26th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select...Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver out of Arkansas.
A little analysis here: I think that if the Titans are unable to trade back to acquire more picks, they need to use this pick on a skill position player. Treylon Burks is a big physical receiver who adds playmaking ability that will help the entire offense. You pair Burks with AJ Brown and Robert Woods, not to mention a healthy Derrick Henry in the backfield, now Ryan Tannehill is set up for success this upcoming season. I know that offensive line is still a concern, but I expect Dillon Radunz and Jamarco Jones (among others) to battle it out for the final two starting spots. Plus, I have faith that Jon Robinson can add quality offensive line depth later in the draft.

Troy Harley from Knoxville, Tennessee

My mock for pick 26... Trade back and get two picks between 32 and 70.
If they can't trade back, then Penning.

Sara Goforth from Columbus, Indiana

I would love to have a qb at 26 but then I see that a wasting it by sitting for a year behind tannehill so I have to go Burks or the one from north dakota, sorry I can't think of his name at the moment 😐

Jake V from East Greenbush, New York

If we don't end up with Burkes from Arkansas I'm not going to be a happy camper

Have a great draft weekend everyone!

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