During mock draft season, there are hundreds of different outlets that publish projections. Here’s some of the most notable mocks out there.
The NFL Draft is less than a month away and mock drafts are coming out in full force. Many of these mocks are worth taking stock into because they come from tuned-in draft analysts that have important information. While much of that information could be smoke and mirrors, it’s something to consider. Here is what the mock drafts have the Tennessee Titans doing with their first round picks.
Pick No. 5: O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama
Pick No. 18: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan
Extra Picks (third round): Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee; Sidney Jones, CB, Washington
Pauline has been one of the best draft analysts for a really long time, so a mock draft from him is one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. I tweeted earlier today about how sweet of a haul this would be. The Titans start off by getting arguably the two best offensive players in this draft that would be massive weapons for Marcus Mariota. In the third round, the Titans attack the secondary and draft two of the best cornerback prospects in this draft. Sutton is highly underrated in a loaded class and Jones will fall due to tearing his achilles at his Pro Day. These four picks would change the course of the Titans’ future, and I’m not even exaggerating.
Pick No. 5: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan
Pick No. 18: Jonathan Allen, DL, Alabama
Norris’ fourth mock draft installment has the Titans taking a familiar duo that has been mocked for the Titans rather frequently. In this case, though, they are drafted in reverse order than what is usually seen. Norris has tweeted about his uncertainty of Davis’ current perceived value. It’s fair to wonder where teams have him on their boards, mainly because he hasn’t been able to work out for any teams and there’s been very little buzz surrounding him. Allen falling to No. 18 would be a value jackpot. It’s possible because of his shoulder concerns, but I don’t see Allen falling that far.
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Pick No. 5: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State
Pick No. 18: John Ross, WR, Washington
This is slowly becoming my favored first round outcome for the Titans. With the first pick, the Titans get a potential superstar, shutdown cornerback that will create a formidable duo with Logan Ryan. With the second pick, the Titans get a speed demon wide receiver that can shake just about any cornerback with precise routes and can snag any ball that comes his way. Sign me up.
Pick No. 5: Haason Reddick, LB, Temple
Pick No. 18: Forrest Lamp, OL, Western Kentucky
Easily the most intriguing and “out there” mock drafts I’ve seen in quite a while, Zierlein has the Titans taking two positions that haven’t really been considered at their respective draft spots. I’m a fan of Reddick’s game and think he would be a great addition to Dick LeBeau’s defense, but there’s no way he’s worth the fifth overall pick in this draft. I understand that people want to upgrade one of the guard positions on the offensive line, but I don’t see a point in doing that with the No. 18 pick. This draft is notably bad in terms of offensive line talent, so while the Titans take a guard at No. 18 and wait 65 picks until they can draft again, a ridiculous amount of defensive and wide receiver talent passes them by. All just to get slightly better at one guard position.