11. Kristian Fulton CB, LSU
Fulton is another one of those players that just almost fits what the Titans look for and cornerback is the biggest need on Tennessee’s roster right now.
A lot of people know him more by reputation than by his actual film, but when you watch him you get a good sense of why that would be. He looks very good in space and his athletic testing backs that up with above-average numbers across the board.
He has the quick-twitch that you need to play inside in nickel situations so there will be no reason to take him off the field and that combined with his pass deflections (25 over the last two years) will be very enticing to a team like the Tennessee Titans.
At nearly 6’0 he would be the tallest starting cornerback on the Titans roster but also probably the least likely to square up and deliver a hit, which is a problem.
Along with that lack of toughness vs the run, he also has surprisingly low interception numbers (2) and an injury history. If this was last season then I would bring up how he was busted for marijuana in college but it seems like the new CBA has made that a non-issue.
Overall this is the first pick that I think I would actively be happy about for the Titans both from a value and a need standpoint. Tennessee would get a starter at their weakest position and they would get one for a cheap cost.