37. EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU
For whatever reason, LSU EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson fell to me in the second round of this simulation. This scenario is highly unlikely, but I’ll take it.
More from Titan Sized
- Tennessee Titans suspiciously quiet about major draft need
- Tennessee Titans agree to new deal with star Jeffery Simmons
- Caesars Promo Code Expires Soon – Claim $1,250 Today
- 3 needs that are being overblown by Tennessee Titans fans
- Tennessee Titans have potential dilemmas in 2023 NFL Draft
Chaisson is viewed as a first-rounder by most, but he could see a slide on draft day due to his lack of production. The former Tiger has what it takes to dominate at the NFL level, so why didn’t he take the world by storm at LSU?
Variety might be the answer. Chaisson harnesses an intense speed-power combination rush, but he lacks other moves entirely. When you watch the film, Chaisson sets the edge well and is a solid run defender, but he can get swallowed up by top-tier tackles.
Don’t get me wrong, there are multiple instances where Chaisson wins against elite tackles as well, and he offers substantial pressure every snap. It’s just, with his intangibles, Chaisson should be tallying freakish numbers to match his physical attributes.
Chaisson put up seven sacks, seven QB pressures, and 21 hurries in 2019.