3. Cordy Glenn, OL
So this is a long shot, but hear me out.
Cordy Glenn is a really good offensive tackle and probably will be in higher demand as a left tackle than a guard. However, he did spend nearly all of his college career playing guard and he looked amazing doing it.
His power and athleticism led people to think that he would be a guard in the NFL, but like La’el Collins he proved that he could be more than that. With Glenn ready to hop on the first train out of Cincinnati and the ownership ready for the same thing, I think that they will take what they can get.
While the Titans have invested in guard over the past year, it is safe to say that they could use another body at least for what seems like the weekly injuries that the offensive line sustains.
In a pinch he can play tackle or give you some looks as a jumbo tight end if that is your thing, but I really would like to see him next to Jack Conklin on the right side as the right guard. That way you can pull Nate Davis out of the fire who probably needed a year of seasoning anyway, and you can put out one of the best OLs (on paper) in the NFL.
But like I said, I imagine they get a higher pick from someone who needs a tackle.