2017 NFL Draft Do-Over: Who do Tennessee Titans come away with?

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USC. Adoree' Jackson. 11. player. 15. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: CB Marshon Lattimore) </strong>With Lattimore now long-gone to Tennessee, the Saints take the next best thing in Jackson. Opposite Logan Ryan, Jackson had a Pro Bowl caliber rookie season for the Titans, rarely getting beat and not allowing a single go-route to be completed against him.. Cornerback

<strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: QB Deshaun Watson) </strong>Houston made the right choice by trading up for a quarterback and leaving Tom Savage on the bench. With Watson already gone to Chicago, they go with Trubisky this time.. Quarterback. North Carolina. Mitchell Trubisky. 12. player. 10

Miami. David Njoku. 13. player. 32. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: LB Haason Reddick) </strong>The speedy Reddick had an underwhelming rookie campaign, but still has a chance to become the centerpiece of the Arizona defense. But with Larry Fitzgerald’s days being numbered and having a void of talented pass catchers aside from him, the Cardinals would likely give Carson Palmer’s replacement a shiny new target in a draft redo.. Tight End

Tennessee. Derek Barnett. 14. player. 54. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: Same) </strong>A big reason the Eagles are playing in the NFC Championship game with Nick Foles as their quarterback is their fierce pass rush, mostly ignited by their influx of depth and talent. Barnett has been a major part of that as a rookie, so there’s no need for Philadelphia to go after anyone else.. Defensive End

46. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: S Malik Hooker) </strong>The Colts wisely went best-player-available with Hooker despite their massive need on the offensive line. With Hooker off the board in this scenario, they do address that need with Ramzcyk. As a rookie with New Orleans, Ramzcyk started every game and played every offensive snap at right tackle.. Tackle. WIsconsin. Ryan Ramzcyk. 15. player

<strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: Marlon Humphrey) </strong>Humphrey was a fine pick at this spot, but White has shown to be a better player. In addition to being named to the PFWA All-Rookie team, White intercepted four passes as a rookie and finished the season with a grade of 92.0 on Pro Football Focus.. Cornerback. LSU. Tre'Davious White. 16. player. 26

<strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: CB Adoree’ Jackson) </strong>Tennessee originally picked Davis at #5, but his production as a rookie didn’t come anywhere close to meeting what’s expected from a top-five draft pick. There’s still plenty of potential there, but not necessarily top-5 potential. This time, the Titans wait for their much-needed receiver and still snag him at #18.. Wide Receiver. Western Michigan. Corey Davis. 18. player. 35

Marcus Williams. 19. player. 48. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: TE O.J. Howard) </strong>Everyone will remember Williams for his gaffe in coverage of Stefon Diggs in the final play of the Saints/Vikings divisional playoff game. Before that slip up, Williams established himself as one of the better free safeties in the league, notching four picks as a rookie. The Buccaneers, who underachieved tremendously in 2016, could’ve used his ball-hawking abilities in their struggling secondary.. Safety. Utah

<strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: Bolles) </strong>The Broncos had an extremely disappointing season in 2017, mostly due to their incompetence at the quarterback position. Things arguably could’ve been much worse, however, without Bolles. He may never reach the ranks of Tyron Smith, Trent Williams, or Taylor Lewan, but he will be a quality starter for a while if he stays humble and healthy.. Tackle. Utah. Garett Bolles. 20. player. 45

21. player. 50. <strong>(ORIGINAL PICK: LB Jarrad Davis) </strong>The Lions offense was anemic yet again in 2017, resulting in missing the playoffs and head coach Jim Caldwell getting a pink slip. Unlike the Bengals, who already had A.J. Green and a quarterback with an average arm, Detroit would have made Ross the centerpiece of their passing game. Ross isn’t Calvin Johnson, but his elite speed would have made a great combo with Matthew Stafford’s huge arm.. Wide Receiver. Washington. John Ross