Tennessee Titans: Shaun Calderon’s 2020 NFL Draft full breakdown
Now that the 2020 NFL Draft has concluded, it’s time I take an in-depth look and analyze each of our six selections.
The Tennessee Titans entered draft weekend with very few glaring holes outside of needing competent depth pieces at certain positions. They entered the draft with seven selections and ended the weekend with six as Jon Robinson wasn’t exactly wheeling and dealing his way all over the draft board like he usually does during this process.
Instead, he chose to stand pat and select where he was slotted for the majority of the draft and the only trade he made came late in the seventh round in which he acquired draft capital for the future rather than forcing a selection on someone that he did not love.
This draft weekend drew mixed reviews all across the board from credentialed media members and twitter GM’s everywhere that always seem to know what’s best. Some felt this was an awesome draft that acquired valuable assets at positions of need while others felt they did a lot of reaching.
Rather than prematurely grading each selection before they even put on their pads, I am going to analyze each of the prospects that were selected and discuss some of their strengths as well as some of their weaknesses.
With all that said: lets take a deeper look and analyze each of the Tennessee Titans’ 2020 draft class.