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NASHVILLE – I asked for mock drafts, and Titans fans, you delivered in this special edition of the mailbag.

The NFL Draft kicks off tonight, and here's a look at mock drafts from Titans fans across the country.

Thanks for sending these in ...

Joseph Dezine from North Miami, Florida
Hey Jim. Here's my Mock Draft for the Titans, it'd be pretty happy if all my picks hit! I'd make Ms. Amy gave me a job after that LOL!
Here goes:
Rd 1, Pick 29 (29) Jeff Gladney
Rd 2, Pick 29 (61) Neville Gallimore
Rd 3, Pick 29 (93) Zack Moss
Rd 5, Pick 29 (174) Danny Pinter
Rd 7, Pick 10 (224) Brycen Hopkins (Just to see his dad's reaction!)
Rd 7, Pick 23 (237)Alex Highsmith
Rd 7, Pick 29 (243) Cole McDonald or Shea Patterson

Will Lomas from Dyersburg, Tennessee
7-round mock draft based on confirmed visits/interest
Round 1, pick 29: Jeff Gladney CB, TCU
Round 2, pick 61: Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB, LSU
Round 3, pick 93: James Lynch DL/EDGE, Baylor
Round 5, pick 174: Saahdiq Charles OT, LSU
Round 7, pick 224: Jon Runyan Jr. OL, Michigan
Round 7, pick 237: Myles Bryant DB, Washington
Round 7, pick 243: Derrek Tuszka EDGE, North Dakota State
Enjoy!

Marlon Maloney from San Jose, California
Submitting my mock draft:
1) CB Jaylon Johnson
2) DL Raekwon Davis
3) OL Ben Bartch
5) RB Joshua Kelley
7) WR Kalija Lipscomb
7) DB DeMarkus Acy
7) TE Jared Pinkney or K Rodrigo Blankenship

James Hughes from Worcester, Massachusetts
1) 29 Austin Jackson, OT
2) 61Cam Akers, RB
3) 93 Jake Fromm, QB
5)174 Lamar Jackson, CB
5) 224 A.J. Green, CB
6)237 Trevon Hill, EDGE
7)243 Robert Landers, IDL

Dominic Pramshafer from Las Vegas, Nevada
No Trades
1st Round (29) - Jeff Gladney
2nd Round (61) - Ross Blacklock
3rd Round (93) - Prince Tega Wanogho
5th Round (174) - Quintez Cephus
7th Round (224) - DJ Wonnum
7th Round (237) - Michael Warren II
7th Round (243) - Jared Pinkney

Benjamin Davis from Colorado Springs, Colorado
My Mock Draft via mock simulator:
29 - Jeff Gladney - CB - TCU
61 - Neville Gallimore - DT - Oklahoma
93 - Laviska Shenault Jr - WR - Colorado
174 - Saahdiq Charles - OT - LSU
224 - Reggie Robinson - CB - Tulsa
237 - Derrek Tuszka - DE - North Dakota State
243 - Rodrigo Blankenship - K - Georgia

Jack Warren from Calabasas, California
Here's my mock, we'll see very soon how we did. Assuming we don't trade down...
29. Gladney or Epenesa or Diggs or Wilson
61. Helaire or Raekwon or Darnay Holmes or Arnette
93. Barcht, Rashard Lawrence or Antonio Gibson
Day 3 Parkinson, Binjimen Victor, Darius Anderson, DeMarkus Acy, Carter Coughlin and Lawrence Cager

Eli Decko from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
OH JIM IT'S DRAFT WEEK! I have two Mocks for you. One is a total Fantasy and one is more realistic.
Rd.1: Titans Trade our 1st,2nd,5th next year's 2nd and 3rd and Corey Davis for the second overall pick and we draft Chase Young. This will solve multiple issues on pass defense and sure up our run defense.
Rd. 3: RB Vanderbilt, one of your favorites and a need.
Rd. 7: OT Runyan Michigan, need and family ties
Rd. 7: CB Nevelle Clarke. Huge need and under rated player.
This would be a dream come true but a fantasy lol if we stay at 29 this is what I think it will look at.
Rd. 1: Fulton,CB LSU, need and a great partner for Adoree Jackson
Rd. 2: JK Dobbins,RB OSU, the best RB in the draft,a need and the steal of the draft
Rd. 3: Ojemudia, CB Iowa, team need and potential superstar. Big10 talent is always a plus
Rd. 5: KJ Hill, WR OSU, speed is always a plus and scoring touchdowns is important
Rd. 7:Nevelle Clarke, CB USF, great player with speed length and instincts
Rd. 7: Josh Simpson,OG Clemson, everyone wants us to draft a lineman so here he is, plus he has a championship pedigree.
Here we go Titans Here we go!!!!

Paul Bakke from Huntsvillle, Alabama
Hi Jim, Here's my favorite mock draft with no trades. I would love to trade out of the1st and get a mid-round pick. Lots of talent there. Titan up!
Round 1- Jeff Gladney-CB
2- Brandon Aiyuk- WR
3- Antonio Gibson- RB
5- Larell Murchison- DT
7-Quez Watkins- WR
7- Jon Runyon, Jr G
7- Trey Adams- OT

Thomas Townsend from Chattanooga, Tennessee
Round 1 Pick 29 Jeff Gladney CB TCU
Round 2 Pick 61 Lucas Niang OT TCU
Round 3 Pick 93 Jabari Zuniga DE/Edge Florida
Round 5 Pick 174 Ke'shawn Vaughn RB Vanderbilt
Round 7 Pick 224 Marquez Callaway WR Tennessee
Round 7 Pick 243 Rodrigo Blankenship K Georgia

Griffin Leonard from Highlands Ranch, Colorado
My mock draft:
Round 1: AJ Terrell - Clemson
Round 2: Jalen Hurts - Oklahoma
Round 3: Terrell Burgess - Utah
Round 5: Brycen Hopkins - Purdue
Round 7: Isaiah Coulter - Rhode Island
Round 7: Chauncey Rivers - Mississippi State

Tyler Samson from Tuscaloosa, Alabama
2020 Draft Pick Predictions:
29th Overall: AJ Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa
61st Overall: Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama
93rd Overall: Matthew Peart, OT, UConn
174th Overall: Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah
224th Overall: Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt
237th Overall: Michael Divinity Jr., LB, LSU
243rd Overall: Micahel Warren II, RB, Cincinnati

Luke Byrge from Corryton,Tennessee
29 Josh Jones
61 Marlon Davidson
93 Shyheim Carter
174 Levonta Taylor
224 Gabriel Davis
237 Patrick Taylor JR
243 Steven Montez

Devin Belt from Marion, Kentucky
Titans 2020 Mock Draft
Titans trade pick 29,174 for 35,67,85 , 3rd round 21
35- Jeff Gladney- TCU- CB
61- JK Dobbins- Ohio St- RB
85- Raekwon Davis- Alabama-Dt
93-Damon Arnette- Ohio St- CB
174-Van Jefferson- Florida-WR
237-Josh Love- SJS- QB
243- Nick Coe- Auburn- DL

Dhruv K from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Mock Draft:
Pick 29: Jaylon Johnson, CB

Pax Wiemers from Thompson's Station, Tennessee
29: Andrew Thomas (OT, Georgia)
61: Jaylon Johnson (CB, Utah)
93: Antonio Gibson (RB, Memphis)
174: Lynn Bowden (WR, Kentucky)
224: John Penisini (IDL, Utah)
237: Joe Reed (WR, Virginia)
243: Rodrigo Blankenship (K, Georgia)

Derrell Lyles from Lanham, Maryland
Hey Jim here are my picks:
1st round - CJ Henderson
2nd round - Marlon Davidson
3rd - round - Tyler Hunton
4th round - Dareynton Evan's
5th round - Denzel Mims
6th round - Ezra Cleveland
7th round - JJ Molson

Nathaniel Speegle from Shelbyville, Tennessee
My mock draft:
1) Trevon Diggs
2) Jonathon Taylor
3) Bradlee Anae
5) Thaddeus Moss

Brandon Green from Nashville, Tennessee
Ok here's my hopeful (impossible) draft outcome:
-Signing Clowney after the April 27th deadline for us to pick up a 3rd round comp pick for losing Conklin
-trading our 3rd rounder to the Bucs for OJ Howard (we got jonnu in 3rd, after all) OJ can receive and block (Jonnu is still a bit of a liability when blocking)
-selecting CB Trevon Diggs at 29. We'll miss you Logan
-selecting RB JK Dobbins/Edwards-Elaire in rd 2
-finding a way to get a pick in rds 3/4 to get an OT
-snag a sleeper receiver late, along with some LB depth
That might prevent us from dropping off next year (and maybe going all the way, who knows?) with all our titans alumni leaving this offseason

Steven Morton from Johnson City, Tennessee
29) Jeff Gladney CB TCU
61) Ben Bartch OT St. John's
93) Antonio Gibson RB Memphis
174) McTelvin Agim DT/DE Arkansas
224) Javelin Guidry CB Utah
237) Darnell Mooney WR Tulsa
243) Dante Olson LB Montana

Connor Scully from Erie, Pennsylvania
Hi, Jim! Hope you are staying well, and thank you for all of the coverage. This is a response to your special Thursday mailbag for a mock draft. To keep it relatively short, I won't discuss every pick, just that I think the biggest needs for the Titans are: CB, DL, RB/OT/QB/WR/K. I am still holding out hope that we can land Clowney, but we will have to wait and see. Using PFF's Mock Draft Simulator, and trading pick 29 to Houston for picks 40 & 90, the picks I have for the Titans are:
40: Jaylon Johnson, CB
61: Marlon Davidson, DL
90: Ben Bartch, OT
93: Tyler Johnson, WR
174: Cole McDonald, QB
224: JaMycal Hasty, RB
237: Jauan Jennings, WR
243: Tyler Bass, K
I would love this draft as I think it gives us both two solid starters and great depth elsewhere. No matter what, though, I trust in JRob!

Thomas Swann from Tennessee
Rd1 - Jeff Gladney, DB, TCU
Rd2 - Darrell Taylor, Edge, TN
Rd3 - Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue
Rd5 - Jason Strowbridge, DI, UNC
Rd7 - James Morgan, QB, FIU
Rd7 - Alex Taylor, T, SC State
Rd7 - Garrett Marino, DI, UAB

Bryan Harris from Arlington, Texas
I ran a poll on Twitter with 3 mock drafts and shared it amongst Titan's twitter To vote which they agreed with best and this is the one that received the most votes. I agree and I like it the best as well.
29: Jaylon Johnson, CB
61: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR
93: Darrell Taylor, EDGE
174: Khalil Davis, DL
224: Salvon Ahmed, RB
237: DeMarkus Acy, CB
243: Mohamed Barry, LB

Tanner Spangler from Springdale, Arkansas
This is what I'm hopeful for and is possibly realistic.
29 - Jeff Gladney, CB
61 - Marlon Davidson, DT
93 - Lucas Niang, OT or Matt Peart, OT
174 - Ke'Shawn Vaughn, RB
224 - Rodrigo Blankenship, K
237 - Steven Montez, QB
243 - some speedy receiver or depth to edge rush
Potentially snagging Cesar Ruiz or Tyler Biadasz as a future replacement for Ben Jones would be HUGE as well, maybe using the 3rd round pick on that instead of an OT.

Coleman Minnis from Kingston Springs, Tennessee
Titans 7-round mock draft:
1 (29): Jaylon Johnson CB, Utah
2 (61): Justin Madubuike DL, Texas A&M
3 (93): Matthew Peart OT, UConn
5 (174): Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB, Vanderbilt
7 (224): Jauan Jennings WR, Tennessee
7 (237): A.J. Green CB, Oklahoma State
7 (243): Tipa Galea'i EDGE, Utah State

Antonio Alfiero from Hendersonville, Tennessee
2020 7 Round Mock Draft
Round 1: Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU
Round 2: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
Round 3: Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State
Round 5: Derek Tuszka, EDGE, North Dakota State
Round 7: Steven Montez, QB, Colorado
Round 7: Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee
Round 7: Jon Runyan Jr, OT, Michigan

Jordi Soto-Phipps from Memphis, Tennessee
I used thedraftnetwork.com mock draft feature. So, I had to make selections based on who was still available at the time in this particular mock (no trading allowed). Here are my results:
1.29 - Isaiah Wilson OT Georgia
2.61 - Amik Robertson CB LA Tech
3.93 - Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue
6. 174 - Michael Warren II RB Cincinnati
7. 224 - Binjimen Victor WR Ohio State
7. 237 - DeMarkus Acy CB Missouri
7. 243 - John Penisini IDL Utah

Kerry Boren from Huntsville, Alabama
My Picks:
29 Javon Kinlaw, IDL
61 Austin Jackson, OT
93 Darrell Taylor, EDGE
174 Lynn Bowden, WR
224 Madre Harper, CB
237 Stephen Sullivan, TE
243 Rodrigo Blankenship, K

Austin Hamlett from Nashville, Tennessee
Hey Jim, I pulled some trades on my mock draft through PFF. No future picks involved however. Just moved down in draft. Here we go
34- Justin Jefferson -WR
48- Justin Madubuike -DT
61- Bryce Hall -CB
68- Darrell Taylor - EDGE
77- Jack Driscoll - T
95- James Lynch - DT
104- Clyde Edwards- Helaire - RB
126 - Lynn Bowden Jr. - WR, QB
199- Jared Pinkney- TE
234- Steven Montez - QB
Super good haul right?

Antonio Alfiero from Hendersonville, Tennessee
2020 7 Round Mock Draft
Round 1: Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU
Round 2: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
Round 3: Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State
Round 5: Derek Tuszka, EDGE, North Dakota State
Round 7: Steven Montez, QB, Colorado
Round 7: Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee
Round 7: Jon Runyan Jr, OT, Michigan

Cole Rinderknecht from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
For pick #29 I would pick either a CB if a good one is available or draft A.J. Epenesa out of Iowa. I feel like that he would be a perfect fit in the defense, in the spot Jurrell Casey was in with his time with the Titans.

Joseph Adams New Albany, Indiana
Here is my mock draft using PFF simulators.
29- Trevon Diggs - CB
61- D'andre Swift - RB
93 - Lynn Bowden Jr - WR
174 - Saahdiq Charles - Tackle
224 - Cole Mcdonald - QB
237- Stanford Samuels III - CB
243- Quartney Davis - WR
Simulator score 79.9

Jordan Sims from Nashville, Tennessee
Titans Round 1 pick: Jaylon Johnson, CB Utah

Gage Mahoney from Pflugerville, Texas
Hey Jim! I did a full 7 round mock just for fun, obviously accuracy will not be it's strong suit but here's what I ended up with for the Titans...
29: Marlon Davidson IDL Auburn, to be the Jurrell Casey heir
61: Damon Arnette CB Ohio St, to replace Logan Ryan
93: Zach Moss RB Utah, love this kid
174: Javelin Guidry CB Utah, great speed, can develop on the outside opposite Adoree
224: Shea Patterson QB Michigan, take a young QB just because
243: Darrell Stewart Jr. WR Michigan, caught my eye while watching Patterson, would help boost the WR room
I never really loved any of the OTs available at Tennessee's selections so I didn't have JRob reach for one. Thanks for all you do and Titan Up!!

Grant Box from Memphis, Tennessee
1st Rd, Pick 29 - Isaiah Wilson

Tom Ballman from Gallatin, Tennessee
Jim, I am a big fan of 2 of your 3 favorite teams. Vanderbilt (4 year Letterman 1973-76),Titans season ticket holder for 20 years until my accident 2 years ago,and being from Cincinnati my blood bleeds Red not Dodger blue. I miss our rivalry back in the 70's. Well 2 out of three ain't bad. If I were Jon I would trade #29 for 2 second round picks.If we stay at 29 I would trade for best value which would be a WR.If we trade the pick we would end up with 3 second round picks. Here we would pick for need. CB,Edge rusher,DL.3rd round get a OL. I hope Ke'Shawn is still available in round 4. Rounds 5-7 get a QB,LB,DB.LB's and DB's make good Special Team players

Dave Bettlach from Chesterfield, Missouri
Rd 1 Fulton CB
2 Gallimore DL
3 Niang OT
5 Gibson WR/RB
7 Guidry CB
7 Blankenship K
7 Deguara TE

Joshua McKnight from Lewisburg, Tennessee
Rd1-Jeff Gladney,CB
Rd2-Jonah Jackson,G
Rd3-Cam Akers,RB
Rd4-Johnathon Garvin,Ed
Rd5-Kendrick Rogers,Wr
Rd6-Lavert Hill,Cb
Rd7-Nate Stanley,Qb

Chris Poor from Whites Creek, Tennessee
Hi Jim! Here's my seven round mock draft:
Titans trade their 1st and a 7th for Miami's 2nd,4th and 5th round picks, Titans also trade the last two 7th round picks to New England for a 6th.
Round 2 - CB Noah Igbinoghene
Round 2 - DL Raekwon Davis
Round 3 - OT Prince Tega Wanogho
Round 4 - WR Devin Duvernay
Round 5 - RB Keyshawn Vaughn
Round 6 - TE Jared Pinkney

Dom Jackson from Westland, Michigan
1- Jeff Gladney, CB TCU
2- Antonio Gibson, RB/WR Memphis
3- Anfernee Jennings, ILB/OLB Alabama
5-Rashaad Lawrence , DT LSU
6- Steven Montez, Colorado QB

Steven Lyles from Franklin, Tennessee
1. A.J. Epenesa (Iowa) - EDGE
2. D'Andre Swift (Georgia) - RB
3. Ezra Cleveland (Boise St) - OT
5. Reggie Robinson II (Tulsa) - CB
7. Daniel Thomas (Auburn) - S
7. Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) - K
7. Nate Stanley (Iowa) - QB

Eldon English from Knoxville, Tennessee
Mock Draft:
29) CB Kristian Fulton (or Jeff Gladney if available)
61) RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire
93) WR Van Jefferson
174) OT Hakeem Adeniji
224) CB Julian Blackmon
237) OG Jon Runyan Jr.
243) K Rodrigo Blankenship

Jesse Rose from Milford, Massachusetts
1. Kristian Fulton
2. Justin Madubuike
3. Lucas Niang
5. Darrynton Evans
7. Mike Danna
7. Rodrigo Blankenship
7. Joe Reed

Chris Morgan from Los Angeles, California
In a sports-starved world, not much makes me happier than the NFL Draft starting Thursday. Especially since my beloved Tennessee Titans are relevant once again, reaching the AFC Championship game for the first time in nearly two decades this past season.
General manager Jon Robinson has done an incredible job rebuilding the team since taking over in 2016. Given the team's recent success, it's pretty clear there are no glaring holes on the roster. However, the team still needs depth at certain positions—mainly EDGE, cornerback, defensive line, offensive tackle and running back. I think those are the positions Robinson will target in the first three rounds.
The huge cloud hanging over Tennessee for the past few weeks is whether or not the Titans will be able to land free-agent Jadeveon Clowney to solidify the defensive line. If that happens in the next few days, everything else is gravy. I'm operating under the assumption he won't be on the team come fall. With that being said, here's my three-round mock draft if I were in Robinson's seat.
Round 1: Pick 29
Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
The two positions of greatest need for the Titans, in my opinion, are cornerback and EDGE rusher. The team already inked Vic Beasley and re-signed Kamalei Correa this offseason to bolster the pass rush. Factor in star-in-the-making Harold Landry, and I think corner is a more pressing need. The Titans return starters Malcolm Butler and Adoree' Jackson, but there's not much depth beyond that. Jackson has developed nicely into his starting role, while Butler has played better since a rocky start in 2018. But he is coming off a season-ending wrist injury and is not on a team-friendly contract if he doesn't return to form. Diggs is one of the top corners in the draft this year. If he's available at 29, I'd take him.
Round 2: Pick 61
Isaiah Wilson, RT, Georgia
Right tackle is not an immediate need since Robinson re-signed Dennis Kelly to a three-year deal after the Cleveland Browns scooped up starter Jack Conklin. If one of the more talented EDGE rushers falls to this point, it's worth exploring for Robinson. However, I think it's a stretch to take any of the players projected to be available, which is why I'd be all in on bringing Clowney to Tennessee. But I digress. Wilson is still a bit raw but wouldn't necessarily have to play meaningful snaps in 2020 while he develops. Kelly is clearly not a long-term answer, and taking a project at this point in the draft is the kind of luxury that comes with having a solid overall roster.
Round 3: Pick 93
Zack Moss, RB, Utah
The Titans rode Derrick "El Tractorcito" Henry as far as he could carry them in the 2019–20 season. He signed the franchise tag, so he'll be back as the starter. But there's really nothing behind him. The free agent still on the market that intrigues me is former Atlanta Falcons standout Devonta Freeman. I think he'd be a great short-term fit behind Henry. If not him, Robinson will have to look in the draft. Moss is a lot shorter than Henry but still employs a similar punishing style that wears defenses down. Former Titan Dion Lewis was not a good complement to Henry. He was in on clear passing downs and never got much going. Plus, it allowed the defenses a breather from the violent collisions that come with trying to bring down the biggest back in the NFL. Moss ain't letting you take plays off.
Given Henry's lack of effectiveness in the passing game, the traditional choice for a backup would be one whose forte is catching balls out of the backfield. If the team isn't going to bring in Freeman, I'd rather take this route. What's your reward for Henry coming off the field? Another bruiser who never shies away from contact. It might even end up resulting in extending Henry's career.
So there you have it. If Tennessee doesn't take an EDGE rusher in the first round, I don't think they should. If there are any impact free-agency moves left in the tank, I think they'll be on the defensive side of the ball. That's why the value is there for drafting offense with two of the first three picks, even though the need isn't necessarily greater. Regardless, the NFL is once again back in our lives, and I couldn't be happier. And for a guy who took over a franchise coming off a 3–13 finish and turned it into four consecutive winning seasons, there's no one on the planet I trust more than Jon Robinson to make the most of his draft picks.

Jake Lyman from Aldie, Virginia
I think the Titans will draft one of two ways. 1. They feel good about signing Clowney and will focus on other areas than EDGE. 2. They feel better about bringing back Logan Ryan and save corner for a later round. My three-round mock is with the former...
1. Jeff Gladney, CB TCU
2. Ezra Cleveland, OT Boise St.
3. Devin Duvernay, WR Texas

Rex Greene from Athens, Alabama
29. Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE
61. Damon Arnette, CB
93. Eno Benjamin
174. Isaiah Hodgins, WR
224. Kindle Vildor, CB,
237. Jeff Thomas, WR
243. Carter Coughlin, Edge

Caleb Mckinney from Readyville, Tennessee
29. Noah Igbinoghene, CB
61. Michael Pittman Jr., WR
93. Darrell Taylor, EDGE
135. Anthony McFarland, RB
161. Davion Taylor, LB
174. Harrison Bryant, TE

Teddy Zeis from Rogersville Alabama
My pick at NO.29 for the Titans is... Jeff Gladney or Jaylon Johnson... we need depth badly at CB and i feel liek we could even double dip in CBs this year

Chris Smith from Smyrna, Tennessee
Here is my 2020 Mock Draft, featuring realistic trade downs with Miami (29) and Denver (61) to acquire additional picks.
39. Josh Jones - OT - Houston
70. Brandon Aiyuk - WR - Arizona State
77. Jordan Elliott - DT - Missouri
93. Troy Pride - CB - Notre Dame
118. Amik Robertson - CB - Louisiana Tech
174. Lamical Perine - RB - Florida
224. Javelin Guidry - S - Utah
237. Jon Runyan - OG - Michigan
243. Cole McDonald - QB - Hawaii

Trevor Mcgee from Lebanon, Tennessee
Round 1 Pick 29: Jeff Gladney , CB TCU
Round 2 Pick 61: Isaiah Wilson , T Georgia
Round 3 Pick 93: James Lynch , DL Baylor
Round 5 Pick 174: James Proche , WR SMU
Round 7 Pick 224: AJ Dillon , RB Boston College
Round 7 Pick 237: James Morgan, QB FIU
Round 7 Pick 243: Jacob Breeland , TE Oregon

Noah Eastland from Cedar Lake, Tennessee
29. Javon Kinlaw IDL
61. Prince Tega Wanogho OT
93. Antonio Gibson RB
174. Derrek Tuszka EDGE
224. Jauan Jennings WR
237. Kamren Curl CB
243. Jared Pinkney TE

Trevor Smith from Covington, Tennessee
Round 1: CB - Jaylon Johnson - Utah
Round 2: IDL - Marlon Davidson - Aub
Round 3: RB - Antonio Gibson - Mem
Round 5: Edge - Derrek Tuszka - ND ST
Round 7: WR - Kalija Lipscomb - Vandy
Round 7: OT - Colton McKivitz - WV
Round 7: CB - John Reid - Penn St.

John Laird from Toms River, New Jersey
Hey Jim! I write about the Titans for NFLSpinZone.com! Thanks for allowing me to share and #TitanUp!!!
Round 1- Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
Round 2- Terrell Lewis, OLB, Bama
Round 3- K.J. Hamler, WR, PSU
Round 5- Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis
Round 7- Steven Montez, QB, Colorado
Round 7- Dalton Keene, TE/FB, Virginia Tech
Round 7- Teair Tart, DT, FIU
Stay safe everyone!

Brock Toney from Portland,Tennessee
29. A.J. Epenesa
61.Bryce Hall
93. Anthony McFarland
174. Jauan Jennings

Dylan Le from Plano, Texas
29- Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
61- Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn
93 – Cam Akers, RB, Florida State
175 – Charlie Heck, OT North Carolina
225 – Derrek Tuszka, Edge, North Dakota State
238 – Isaiah Coulter, WR Rhode Island
244 – A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State

Kevin Berkner from Eatonton, Georgia
I did two mocks. I did one on Pro Football Network .com because you can make trades. I did the other on Draft Network.com
Scenario 1
Traded picks 29 and 227 with Chargers for picks #37 2nd round #112 round 4 , #151round 5, # 186 round 6. The Jimmy Johnson point system was spot on and was almost even. Anways I found Value and Found Robinson type players.

37 C Ceasar Ruiz I figured I just locked up my IOL up right there in 1 player. I had to.

61 CB Jaylon Johnson we need CBs this guymight be best.Gladney was gone

91 OLB Darrell Taylor High Ceiling

112 CB Bryce Hall. I Double Dipped and couldnt believe he was there.This guy was a 1st or 2nd rounder before his injury. I just set our CBs up for next 5 years tho.

151 RB/Wr Antonio Gibson Wow What a weapon. 220lbs 4.38speed. He is our 3rd down back and can play WR and return kicks. AJ Brown body with great ability and speed.

174 DT Khalil Davis upside in this player. It was just how the mock went, but I wasnt done at IDL

186 DE Derek Tuszka Coach Mac's Guy. The Sleeper, the Diamond. I know 3 OLBs

237 WR Johnathan Johnson runs great routes has great speed. There were players not available for some reason. Honestly I take Jauan Jennings WR here from TN but he wasnt listed @ProFootball since I got Antonio Gibson

243 K Rodrigo Blakenship We need one and this kid is New Money.
Draft from Draft Network No Trades

29 OT Josh Jones He was there I took him.

61 DT/DE Marlon Davidson what a grab at 61.

93 RB/WR Antonio Gibson Oops I did it again. Had to this guy is our Derek Henry Back up Answer Swift Army knife on offense.

174 DE Derrek Tuszka Coach Macs guy I feel in love with this guys tape.Kyle Vanden Bosch 2.0

224 CB AJ Green solid CB has some savvy play about him.

237 WR Jauan Jennings This dude is a dog and adding him to our group just makes him more lethal.
Also I'm not given up or think for any reason I'm looking to replace Corey Davis. Dude has played solid.
243 K Tino Ellis. Yep I double dipped at CB in two drafts. WE need some help so I found some Ellis is solid. Got hurt week 6 otherwise he might go higher.
Also K not available on draft network. I realize I only took 1 O lineman in each draft. I found really good ones and with new additions last 2 weeks, I think we could other routes. Also Dennis Kelly played fine and Nate Davis played better down the stretch. I want our Defense to be Top 3 in the League. Thanks for letting us drop these Jim. Tell JRob I'm willing and ready if he needs an Apprentice. Lol Go Titans

Have a great draft weekend everyone!

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