Power Ranking the Tennessee Titans: Part 4
By Sam Sky
Number 7: Jack Conklin
T – #78 – 6’6 308lbs – Exp. 2 – Michigan St. – 2016 Draft 1st Round Pick
In the 2016 season, the Tennessee Titans had a player named First Team All-Pro for the first time in the 2000’s. This player was a rookie. This player was also named the best right tackle in the game by PFF’s grading scale. The kid’s name is Jack Conklin. He is only three years older than me and he has already cracked the top 10 players of a very talented team, and he sure earned it.
The consistency and tenacity he played with made him a formidable opponent to any defender, young n’ quick and smart veterans alike. He is going to be a staple for this team’s offensive line for well over a decade if all goes as it should. He is certainly on track to become a perennial Pro Bowler, though, after being snubbed last season. Conklin’s quiet and effective work style should make him a dependable bookend tackle and his success will be vast.
Stat Projection: Not one but two games stuffing J.J Watt