Tennessee Titans: Versatility 2017 NFL mock draft
By Will Lomas
Round 3, pick 100: Taywan Taylor WR/SWR, WKU
Quick. That is the word that best sums up Taylor. The fit and the position that he plays at the next level will really have everything to do with how well he can learn and adapt to the NFL.
If he is a quick learner then a team like the Tennessee Titans could see him as an instant upgrade outside as someone who wins with hard cuts and fast breaks.
If not, the Titans may be forced to cut his reps way down and limit him to a slot receiver that needs to have extra space to work with to really thrive.
Round 4, pick 124: Dede Westbrook WR/SWR/KR, Oklahoma
Westbrook has some off the field issues but at this point in the draft you are trying to find long-shots to fill need, special teams player or prospects with issues that you may be willing to overlook now that they are this cheap.
He is a dynamic threat with the ball in his hands and he can win in a variety of ways, not completely different than a player like Brandin Cooks who the Tennessee Titans definitely had an interest in this offseason.
He has shown an ability to make it look easy once he adjusts to the level of competition and could be two years or less away from making a big impact on the NFL. Is he worth the risk?