NFL Draft: Top 5 Prospects at Each Need that Fit Titans Mold
I know I said that I tried to remove all of the top prospects, but I couldn’t pass up on talking about this prospect.
First and maybe my favorite wide receiver prospect, Corey Davis, the stud out of Western Michigan. Davis is a four year starter who has had great production, obtaining 1,400 plus yards and more than 12 plus touchdowns in three out of his four years. I think Davis can fit any scheme, but I just think he can thrive with the Titans. I did say the Titans won’t take a wide out in the first, but if they did, mark me down for Corey Davis.
Second wide receiver would be Zay Jones, the record holder for the most catches in College History. When saying production, no one has done it better than Jones, another guy who can really fit any scheme. I think, similar to Davis, he would thrive with the Titans. I forgot to mention that he is a very willing blocker, which is something he could be doing a lot in the run first scheme.
The next guy on my list is Chad Hansen from Cal. He is another wide receiver with great production, having the ability to separate and go and get the ball. One of the main reasons Hansen makes my list is his willingness to block and the Titans like that.
Some may call this a head scratcher, but ArDarius Stewart makes my list of prospects that fit the mold of a Titan. Stewart is a name that really isn’t mentioned when you talk about the Alabama offense. He has shown a lot of toughness and is a physical blocker. This guy can fly and make plays when given the chance. I think he is a late round add that would really push for a special teams role and could play in a pinch if needed.
Next to Davis, I think Ryan Switzer is my other favorite wide out. I know a lot of fans would love to get the other North Carolina wide receiver, Mack Hollins, but I think Switzer is just as dynamic and could be a game changer. Switzer is a great slot receiver who consistently wins and fills a huge need and can be a great mid-round selection. The big knock on him is his size, but winning on a consistent basis and toughness, he reminds me of a Julian Edelman.
Sticking with offensive prospects, the tight end position is the 3rd need out of 5 on my list. Tight end has some depth in this draft class from top to bottom.