Round 1, Pick #29: OT Josh Jones, Houston
Offensive Tackle Josh Jones is a steal at the bottom of the first round. The Titans can use his size and athleticism to replace the hole left by Jack Conklin on the right side. Jones had solid production in college and can learn from Taylor Lewan. Jones skillset in the run game will be a solid addition to the run-heavy Titans offense.
Round 2, Pick #61: DL Raekwon Davis, Alabama
Raekwon Davis is a talent worthy of the first round that falls to the Titans in the second round. While the Titans have bigger needs elsewhere, Davis gives an athletic and dominant presence next to Jeffery Simmons in the middle of the defensive line that the team cannot pass. If Davis can translate his talent to solid production and mature in the NFL, the Titans will have one of the most feared young defensive fronts in the league.
Round 3, Pick #93: CB A.J. Green, Oklahoma St
The Titans are in the market for cornerbacks and the Oklahoma State defensive back A.J. Green is the perfect depth player for the Titans. Green is a ball-hawking corner that shows a good ability to track the ball with his six interceptions and 21 passes defended. Green might not have top-end speed but he more than makes up for it with his physicality and will pair well with the Titans secondary.
Round 5, Pick #174: DE Trevis Gipson, Tulsa
The Titans are arguably most in need of edge rushers but wait later in the draft to fill the spot with fifth round pick Trevis Gipson from Tulsa. Gipson is a skilled rusher that can play in many different schemes and can use his talent to play in the EDGE rotation. Gipson can help alleviate some pressure off of Harold Landry on the other side. Note: I would not be surprised in the Titan part with this pick to move up in the first three rounds.
Round 7, Pick #224: C Jake Hanson, Oregon
While the Titans spent a first rounder at tackle, I see the team adding depth at the offensive line with center Jake Hanson. Hanson is a four-year starter for the Ducks that shows toughness and grit. The Titans struggled with backup offensive linemen last year and will look to add different role-players with Hanson, who should be looked at backing up the center and guard positions.
Round 7, Pick #243: RB Darius Anderson, TCU
The devaluation and depth of the running back position in this draft is the reason Darius Anderson drops so far in this draft. The Titans need someone to take over third-down back responsibilities after cutting Dion Lewis. Anderson has good speed, pass-catching ability, and open field agility that perfectly pairs with Derrick Henry.