4. Jeff Gladney CB, TCU
This should come as no surprise, but the Tennessee Titans are going to dream about Jeff Gladney falling to 29.
There are some reports about Gladney potentially falling out of the first round and maybe he does, but if the Titans hold to their normal draft biases then I don’t see how they can ignore Gladney.
As far as production goes, Gladney has 3 interceptions, 6 TFLs and 30 PBUs in the last two years and when you watch him on tape you would swear he has more of all three. He is fearless as a tackler and he constantly harasses receivers at the catch point.
TCU used him as a matchup cornerback and had him shadow players all over the field to take them out of games. At 5’10 you might think this was a bad idea, until you see him shut down Denzel Mims, Allen Lazard and Collin Johnson all of which are 6’4 or taller.
He is the perfect plug and play player for the Titans defense and if they found a way to add Jadeveon Clowney and Gladney then suddenly we could be seeing a defense as dominant as the 2018 version of this team.