2016 NFL Mock Draft first 32


The Tennessee Titans are in control of the path to the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. With a Titans loss, they will have their first top pick since drafting Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell.

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While there are a lot of different ideas on what the Titans should do with their top pick, here is my theory for right now if there is no trade for the top pick.

2016 NFL Mock Draft

1. Tennessee Titans- Joey Bosa DE, Ohio State

I am writing a post later today about the solid group of 2016 free agent offensive tackles that the Titans could look at. However, no matter what scheme they go to in 2016, Bosa is a great fit. His natural power, leverage, run stopping ability, and ability to get to the quarterback are something that we haven’t seen since Michael Strahan.

He isn’t dominant like J.J. Watt is now, but honestly Watt wasn’t that dominant in college or else he wouldn’t have fallen like he did in the draft. While Watt is probably a better athlete, Bosa’s hand placement and versatility are more than what Watt showed in college. As a pure, every down player I think they will start at very similar spots in the league, despite some people saying that is impossible.

2. Cleveland Browns- Paxton Lynch QB, Memphis

3. San Diego Chargers- Laremy Tunsil OT, Ole Miss

4. Dallas Cowboys- Vernon Hargreaves CB, Florida

5. San Francisco 49ers- Jared Goff QB, Cal

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    7. Miami Dolphins- Jaylon Smith LB, Notre Dame

    8. Baltimore Ravens- Robert Nkemdiche DL, Ole Miss

    9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Carl Lawson EDGE, Auburn

    10. New York Giants- Ronnie Stanley OT, Notre Dame

    11. New Orleans Saints- Charles Harris EDGE, Mizzou

    12. Philadelphia Eagles- Corey Coleman WR, Baylor

    13. Detroit Lions- Andrew Billings DT, Baylor

    14. Chicago Bears- William Jackson CB, Houston

    15. Indianapolis Colts- Jayron Kearse S, Clemson

    16. Buffalo Bills- Josh Doctson WR, TCU

    17. Oakland Raiders- Joshua Garnett G, Stanford

    18. St. Louis Rams- Laquon Treadwell WR, Ole Miss

    19. Atlanta Falcons- Myles Jack LB, UCLA

    20. Pittsburgh Steelers- Mackenzie Alexander CB, Clemson

    21. Washington Redskins- Ezekiel Elliot RB, Ohio State

    22. Houston Texans- Derrick Henry RB, Alabama

    23. Seattle Seahawks- Kenny Clark DT, UCLA

    24. New York Jets- Connor Cook QB, Michigan State

    25. Kansas City Chiefs- Reggie Ragland LB, Alabama

    26. Green Bay Packers- Jeremy Cash S, Duke

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    27. Minnesota Vikings- Michael Thomas WR, Ohio State

    28. Denver Broncos- Maliek Collins DT, Nebraska

    29. Cincinnati Bengals- Taylor Decker OT, Ohio State

    30. Arizona Cardinals- Su’a Cravens S/LB, USC

    (New England Patriots forfeit)

    31. Carolina Panthers- Jordan Jenkins EDGE, Georgia

    32. Tennessee Titans- Tyler Boyd WR, Pitt

    Boyd wins with his routes and his hands, and when you have a quarterback like Marcus Mariota then that guy can be an instant star. Boyd can immediately come in and become an instant threat and a chain mover.

    Again, I expect Hue Jackson to be the next head coach of the Titans and I think that he will bring over some of his people. It is easy to imagine the Titans fixing themselves at several position in free agency:

    1. Safety (Reggie Nelson or George Iloka)

    2. Tackle (Andre Smith)

    3. Wide receiver (Brandon Tate, Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones)

    4. Cornerback (Adam Jones or Leon Hall).

    However, the position of those four that could be improved the most is wide receiver. Adding a player like Sanu and then pairing him with Boyd gives the Titans a solid four-deep rotation at wide receiver where they need someone to stand out.