15. Michael Pittman WR, USC
This is going to be the biggest “Huh?” moment on this list for most of you, but I think Pittman is a player with a lot of talent who the Titans would absolutely love to have on the roster.
Pittman is coming from a dysfunctional program that couldn’t keep quarterbacks in the lineup and who didn’t even know if they wanted to keep their head coach most season. Despite the shakeups in coaches and the changes at quarterback Pittman got better every single season.
2017: Games started: 6, Receptions: 23, Yards: 404, TD: 2
2018: Games started: 11, Receptions: 41, Yards: 758, TD: 6
2019: Games started 13, Receptions: 101, Yards: 1,275, TD: 11
He was originally recruited to play some defense as well similar to Adoree Jackson, but he was put on offense instead and made his defensive impact on special teams.
According to Dane Brugler he was very well liked by the coaches and teammates and people have praised his character and effort throughout his career.
Coming from a football family you can expect that he already understands the business side of the NFL and he is ready to come in and get to work immediately. That is lowkey important during an offseason where getting together and working out is going to be out of the question for a while.
At 6’4 you can expect him to play on the boundary in the NFL and while his speed is only slightly above average he does have some of that A.J. Brown run after catch strength in him while also having a playstyle different enough where they wouldn’t feel redundant on offense.