2020 NFL Draft: 1 prospect from every FBS School the Titans may target
Best of the
Boston College- A.J. Dillon, RB
Hey, a running back! We need those and A.J. Dillon is one of those! He’s very good at being one of those, and he’s a good stylistic complement to Nashville’s resident tractor. Here’s some tape!
Clemson- A.J. Terrell, CB
The CB1 on the 2019 runner-up, Terrell has played basically every game in his three-year career and has been a staple on a defense that finished top-5 in pass yards allowed per game in two of his three seasons with the Tigers. He would likely have to either be the pick at No. 29 overall or a trade-up-to-get-him scenario on day 2.
Duke- Trevon McSwain, IDL
Almost a consensus early day three selection, McSwain would be a great replacement for Austin Johnson in my eyes. Here’s his tape.
Florida State- Cam Akers, RB
Just over three years ago, Cam Akers broke my 15-year-old heart by committing to Florida State over my Ole Miss Rebels. He would go on to be a bright spot on a Florida State team that wouldn’t do a whole lot of winning in his three years in Tallahassee.
Georgia Tech- Kenny Cooper, IOL
He played center at Georgia Tech, but the NFL loves to shift interior linemen to any of the three slots. He’s projected day three, and here’s his tape page.
Louisville- T.J. McCoy, IOL
Same deal as with Kenny Cooper, a college center who will likely be shifted wherever he can fit best on the team that drafts him. McCoy is also projected to go on day three, and here is a selection of his tape.
Miami (FL)- K.J. Osborn, WR
A literal track star, Osborn is lightning quick off the ball and boasts impressive long-distance speed, clocking in with a 4.48 40-yard dash. He transferred from Buffalo to Miami for his redshirt-senior season, and here’s his tape page.
North Carolina- Myles Dorn, S
A player I covered in my piece on players who weren’t invited to Indianapolis, Dorn is a ball-hawk. He’s probably my second favorite prospect in that piece, behind Levonta Taylor. Here‘s a nice selection of tape.
North Carolina State- James Smith-Williams, EDGE
The Tennessee Titans need to draft some help on the edge, especially if they don’t feel confident in signing Jadeveon Clowney. Smith-Williams might be the smartest option here, and I’m talking smart on a prospect basis. He literally has a job at IBM lined up after his playing career, which I didn’t know until I looked at his tape page.
Pitt- Dane Jackson, CB
He sat for most of his freshman year but after that, he started every game each of his last three years under Pat Narduzzi. His size would be pretty large for a slot corner, but his speed could make up for that if asked to move inside, as he ran a 4.57.
Syracuse- Alton Robinson, EDGE
Hey, another really good edge rusher! Those things are really cool, and one or maybe two of them should end up in Nashville please JRob. I need to hear more Mike Keith sack calls, so please draft some edge rushers. Alton Robinson is a good one! He’s got good counter moves and a great first step!
Virginia- Bryce Hall, CB
A staple in the secondary in Charlottesville for four years, Hall started 46 of 51 possible games in his time in the orange and blue. Here‘s his tape, it’s pretty interesting, he looks otherworldly sometimes, and average others.
Virginia Tech- Dalton Keene, TE
We might need a tight end in this draft cycle, so I’ve included a few, and the first is Dalton Keene, a 6’4″-251-pound All-ACC Honorable Mention in 2018, he was utilized more as a blocker than a receiver, but it’s not like he doesn’t have hands, or a great mustache. Here‘s his tape if you’d like to see yourself.
Wake Forest- Justin Strnad, LB
Wake Forest was surprisingly good last year, but also very young. They didn’t have many prospects, but that doesn’t mean Justin Strnad isn’t good. He was a team captain and a leader for the Demon Deacons, a trait that is immeasurable. Here‘s his tape.