20. Denzel Mims WR, Baylor
Mims has so much potential and is one of the few players in any draft who has potential and a consistent body of work. Forget the school he went to and any former players they had and just look at the player that Mims is.
Over the last three years, Mims has had 1,087, 794 and 1,020 yards in each season and has never had less than 8 TDs. Combine that level of consistent production with a phenomenal combine, and you get a player that teams are going to fantasize over.
There are some problems with this game, but when you are 6’4, 207lb. and run a 4.38 40-yard dash, there are a lot of things that can be glossed over.
Drops and stiffness are the reason why he isn’t higher on this list, but in terms of physical potential there are very few players in this historic draft class with this sort of upside. In fact, you could argue that if wide receiver were slightly more of a need he could have vaulted himself up to the top-10 easily, but remember this isn’t a true big board it adjusts grades by need at the position and for what specifically the Titans are looking for.