45. Logan Ryan: The gem of the Titans’ free agency acquisitions, Ryan will slide into the void left by Jason McCourty’s departure. His ability to play physically at the line of scrimmage and make plays on the football will greatly aid a secondary that struggled immensely with those things last season.
46. Adoree’ Jackson (R): The 2017 NFL Draft yielded many playmakers for the Titans, and Jackson is perhaps the biggest. He lacks ideal size for an NFL cornerback, but Jackson makes up for that with his incredible speed and leaping ability. His ability to return punts at a high level will also bode well for him.
47. Brice McCain: In the midst of a rough season for Titans cornerbacks, McCain proved to be a pretty solid nickel corner in his first year with the team. The Titans clearly have confidence in him to play that role again in 2017, as they only drafted one cornerback in the 2017 NFL Draft. He’s the only true slot corner on the roster.
48. LeShaun Sims: Sims was inconsistent as a starter in 2016, though he probably was only thrust into that role out of necessity. Still, he showed flashes of having the potential to be a quality man coverage cornerback in the NFL. He’ll need to improve his ability to cover the deep ball if he wants to fight for playing time in 2017.
49. Kalan Reed: 2016’s Mr. Irrelevant joined the Titans’ roster as a special teams player and never really saw the field on defense as a rookie. His raw athleticism hopefully has developed enough over the past year to warrant a roster spot as the #5 cornerback.