Zack Moss, Running Back, Utah
Solid pass-catching ability has long been the missing piece to perfecting the Titans running back group. Zack Moss would solve that problem instantly if Tennessee was to draft him.
Moss didn’t see a ton of volume as a pass-catcher with the Utah Utes in his final college season, but he managed to turn his 28 receptions into 388 yards and two touchdowns through the air. Despite not having the fastest top-end speed, Moss can be a true threat as a situational, receiving back with his strong running style.
One of the biggest knocks on Moss coming into the league is his ability to stay healthy. The Utah player struggled with injuries throughout his college career, which has some analysts questioning whether or not he can hold up in a physical NFL league. But Moss wouldn’t need to be a bell cow, heavy volume type player for the Titans. The offense has shown they can lean on Derrick Henry in the running game. They’ll just need Moss to be a solid pass-catcher, where he’s already proven to be dangerous.
The addition of Moss could give the Titans an unrivaled group of running backs while giving them an element to their offense that could make the entire team more dynamic.