Tennessee Titans 7-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft competition, vote now
By Will Lomas
29th pick: Josh Jones OT, Houston
To some analysts, Jones is polished and NFL ready. To others, Jones is raw, and you can see it in his footwork — particularly in pass sets. Super athletic in the open field, and he gets natural leverage at the point of attack in the run game. Needs to work on his framing, but can learn behind veteran tackles Taylor Lewan and Dennis Kelly, potentially pushing Kelly for the starting spot week one. Jones is a high-ceiling long-term solution at right tackle.
61st pick: Marlon Davidson IDL, Auburn
Auburn defensive lineman Marlon Davidson is the pick here. The former Tiger is better as an outside rusher than with his hand in the dirt but offers versatility, for which we know the Titans look. He can play as a stand-up rusher or 4T or closer in multiple alignments. The loss of DT Jurrell Casey is becoming easier by the minute.
93rd pick: Antonio Gibson RB, Memphis
Memphis RB Antonio Gibson is a playmaker that threatens to go the distance with every touch. Electric WR/RB hybrid player with tons of potential and has massive upside as a third-down back. The Titans get their RB2 in the third.
174th pick: Myles Bryant CB, Washington
Bryant projects as a solid nickel cornerback at the NFL level. Aggressive on the line of scrimmage. Strong anticipation. If the Titans do not bring CB Logan Ryan back and don’t see DB Amani Hooker as his replacement, Bryant offers excellent value here in the fifth-round.
224th pick: Lynn Bowden WR, Kentucky
Swiss army knife. Think New Orleans Saints QB/whatever, Taysom Hill. Slippery and dynamic in the open field. Smart player. The change of direction is insane. Team first guy that switched to QB after injuries to both of Kentucky’s first two options in 2019.
237th pick: James Proche WR, SMU
Arguably the WR with the best hands in the class. I know, back to back receivers, but the value is too great here. Proche projects as a slot receiver in the NFL, and one that will drop nothing. Sticky hands. Highlight reel of one-handers is singular.
243rd pick: Gage Cervenka IOL, Clemson
Clemson IOL Gage Cervenka is an incredibly strong, developmental project for the Titans. Cervenka is a converted defensive lineman that needs time to develop and will likely play guard at the NFL level.