WR CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma
Yes, I am aware the Titans don’t need a wideout given the holes in the roster, but CeeDee Lamb is worth a move up for any team.
The wideout from Oklahoma posted two consecutive 1000+ yard, 10+ TD seasons. The 6’2” Lamb operates, wins and thrives at all levels of the field with his size, speed, and route running.
While the Titans are most likely looking to plug the right side of the offensive line in the first round, Lamb is a playmaker that can energize the offense by winning from the slot or on the outside. Paired with A.J. Brown, the duo immediately ranks as one of the best in the league and potentially gives the Titans a tandem for many years to come.
Also, drafting Lamb allows the team to move on from Corey Davis. Davis has been disappointing after the team took him fifth overall in 2017. The team can look to part with him and not opt into the fifth-year option or use him in a trade.
Lamb is arguably the best receiver in this draft and is a steal if he falls into the teens. The Titans handed Ryan Tannehill a massive contract this offseason and need to continue to surround him with weapons.
If Lamb falls past the 17th pick for some reason, the Titans should look at moving up because he won’t be there long. The Raiders and Eagles are in the market for receivers and I doubt that they would let a talent like Lamb slip by.