Top 2016 NFL Draft prospects in the CFB playoffs


Clemson, Alabama, Michigan State, and Oklahoma. These are the teams that the Titans will have an eye on tonight as the college football playoffs officially start.

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While there are so many draft prospects between these four teams, these are the players that I believe fit the Titans needs the most from each school.

Clemson vs Oklahoma

Clemson: Mackensie Alexander, CB

Many people have now penciled in Alexander as the third best cornerback in this draft behind Jalen Ramsey and Vernon Hargreaves. If he is somehow still on the board in the second round then he may be the high value CB that the Titans have been looking for.

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  • Oklahoma: Sterling Shepard, WR

    The Tennessee Titans are in desperate need of wide receiver help. Shepard is a player that is shooting up draft boards and he is definitely someone to keep an eye on in May. Some are saying that he is a surefire top-40 pick.

    One look at his stat sheet will tell you that he isn’t the big, physical receiver that the Titans are in need of. However, a receiver with great hands and the ability to make people miss in space is a huge need for the Titans. There is no guarantee that Kendall Wright will ever return to what he was in his first two years and the Titans can’t afford to miss that shifty, big-play ability.

    Alabama vs Michigan State

    Alabama: Ryan Kelly, C

    While many people may be looking at Derrick Henry, Reggie Ragland and O.J. Howard, I will be watching the maybe the best center in the draft.

    Kelly is a great example of a great player standing out around great players. He can do everything you want from a center, however I think that his biggest asset is his functional strength at the next level. That will lead to better second level runs no matter which side the run goes.

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    Michigan State: Jack Conklin, OT

    I’ll keep this one short. Conklin is a mauler and he is just really fun to watch when he puts defensive linemen on the ground over and over again. Against Deforest Buckner, he had at least 9 pancakes which is insane.