Combine snubs the Tennessee Titans could target in the 2020 NFL Draft

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Offensive Line

The Titans may have a need at tackle, depending on the free agency decision of former All-Pro Jack Conklin, and they may also want to look to the future on the interior with Ben Jones and Rodger Saffold being 30 and 31 respectively.

Scott Frantz, T, Kansas State

Frantz has been an anchor on the Wildcats’ offensive line for the past 3 years, playing left tackle on a line featuring the 2019 No. 41 overall pick Dalton Risner. He’s almost always the first to engage and he has strong hands that make his punch moves deadly.

However, if these don’t land, he often doesn’t have the agility or the footwork to recover, resulting in an easy block shed for the defense. Frantz also may move inside to guard at the NFL level due to his size and lack of agility.

Zach Shackelford, C, Texas

Probably the best center in the entire draft, Shackelford has been playing regularly the past three years, but most prominently the last two. He always plays with his hands in front of him and has strong feet that allow him to bully defensive tackles in both the run and the pass game. He also has enough athleticism to make good blocks down field on screen plays.

Kevin Dotson, G, Louisiana

If you’ve spent any time looking at other combine snubs lists not targeted towards any specific team, you’ve definitely seen Dotson’s name before. Dotson spent his time at right guard for the Ragin’ Cajuns, and shows good awareness of the defense. He’s a good pulling guard and isn’t an easy blocker to shed. His footwork is also nice, which allows him to recover from counter moves.