Round Seven Picks:
Pick 224: Jon Runyan, G, Michigan
Despite playing tackle for the Michigan Wolverines, Jon Runyan Jr. projects as a guard at the NFL level and could be a high-upside depth player for a Titans roster thin on the interior offensive line, despite their established starters.
Runyan Jr. is also the son of former Titans’ lineman Jon Runyan Sr, but taking Runyan Jr. here would be more than just a legacy pick. The Wolverine played with power in college and earned two First-Team All-Big 10 nods in his final two seasons. He would be a good fit on the Titans roster.
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Pick 237: Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii
Not one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the 2020 class, but one of the most productive. Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald threw for 33 touchdowns and ran for seven more while throwing for nearly 4,200 yards in his junior season.
McDonald declared for the draft a year early, and probably could have used another year to grow in college, but he has the ideal height and has shown he can make his fair share of plays if he were ever pressed into a game. Apologies to the Logan Woodside truthers, but McDonald could immediately compete for the QB2 spot on the Titans roster should Tennessee draft him.
Pick 243: Darius Anderson, RB, TCU
Doesn’t have the fastest top-end speed in the world, but Anderson was an efficient running back in college with skills as a shifty pass-catcher. The Titans don’t need a high-end rookie running back with Derrick Henry returning for another season, but Anderson could provide some much-needed skill as a pass-catcher out of the backfield.