Thoughts on Tennessee Titans first-round draft pick Isaiah Wilson
By Brady Akins
Remaining Draft Needs:
The Titans tacking a tackle at some point during the draft process was essentially a guarantee. And now that it’s happened, we can start to look at some of the other areas the team will probably look to improve in the remaining rounds.
The jury is still out on where veteran cornerback Logan Ryan will end up playing next year. But even if he does come back, the Titans could use some youth in the secondary with Ryan approaching 30 years old and Malcolm Butler already there.
The Titans just drafted Jeffrey Simmons in the first round of last years draft, but could still use some help on the interior defensive line after losing Jurrell Casey in a trade that still breaks my heart.
Not one of the team’s more pressing needs, but one that they should take care of at some point in Day Two or Three. The Titans lost their go-to WR4 in Tajae Sharpe this offseason, and could use a sure-handed late-round prospect to fill that void.
I don’t know if Derrick Henry can’t catch passes, but he certainly doesn’t catch passes as much as you would like from a running back. Tennessee could stand to add a situational pass-catching back to their running back group in the later rounds of this draft.