With the 2020 NFL Draft taking place in a couple weeks, let’s run through a full 7-round mock draft scenario.
With the biggest moves of free agency has come and gone already, the Tennessee Titans’ major focus now is on the draft.
Titans GM Jon Robinson and Co. were not as aggressive in free agency this year due to many of their own key players needing new deals. The Titans were able to keep arguably their two most important pieces in Henry and Tannehill, and now look forward to the draft for further additions.
This is an interesting year for the Titans draft-wise, as the team is picking much lower in the first round than years prior. The Titans first pick in the 2020 NFL draft will be number 29, and there are several directions the team could decide to go.
It has been speculated the Titans could move up or down, depending on how the board falls. The Titans should be in a position to take the best player available, as the talent pool appears deep in this draft.
I decided to take a shot at making a full 7-round mock draft for the Titans this year using The Draft Network. However, because of the unpredictability, I decided to not include trades in this mock. Let’s take a look at who I ended up with.