2020 NFL Draft: 15 players Titans fans should watch on Day 3
By Will Lomas
5. Jon Runyan Jr. OL, Michigan
I mean, how could the Titans not take Jon Runyan Jr. at some point, right? Just look at this checklist:
-LT for Michigan who wears #77
-2-year starter for Michigan who is very athletic and has position versatility.
-His dad is a former All=Pro offensive lineman for the Tennessee Titans who Mike Vrabel likely played against and who Jon Robinson grew up watching.
If he doesn’t get drafted I would be shocked because I expect his absolute floor is round 7 with one of the Titans picks.
4. Rodrigo Blankenship K, Georgia
This isn’t as sexy as a player who is basically trying to be Taylor Lewan incarnate, but Blankenship would be a huge upgrade for the Tennessee Titans if he could be the player he was at Georgia.
He was absolutely clutch for them for as far as I can remember and he should have the leg to drive the ball through the endzone. I don’t love using a pick on a kicker, but if it is a 7th round pick then why not? Would you rather have the EDGE45 or the K1?