Day 1: Jalen Reagor, TCU
Projection: First Round
- The Titans finally get the receiver Taywan Taylor was supposed to be. Adding speed to lock-in safety help over the top, and creating space for underneath crossers and larger running lanes. This, also, would likely mean that Davis is on his way out in Nashville.
TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor is not former Titans wide receiver Taywan Taylor. On the contrary, he looks — to me — to be a star in the making.
Reagor’s athleticism is astounding on film — he shows excellent quickness to create separation immediately at the line of scrimmage, and his deep-ball speed is bonkers. He reminds me a bit of Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, as his shiftiness and one-cut ability are supreme.
Reagor’s only issue? Concentration.
Reagor’s high point is excellent for a guy standing at 5-foot-11, but sometimes he’s looking to make his next move too soon and can struggle with drops.
If he can clean that element of his game up, and dominate the 40-yard dash (as he should), I expect the Titans to take a good look at Reagor at 29th overall.