Round 1: Jaylen Waddle
I don’t want the Titans to replace Corey Davis, but receivers are incredibly expensive in the NFL right now when you consider cost vs positional value. Also, you have to remember that there is likely going to be a decrease in cap space next season.
Even with the extra cap space afforded to them by the new Derrick Henry contract, it still is hard to imagine that the Titans will have enough space to bring him back considering what he could make on the open market.
Waddle was as fast as Henry Ruggs last year, and if you don’t believe my word then take this video as evidence (NSFW audio):
A reminder, Ruggs ran a 4.27 at the NFL Combine this past season. Even though he doesn’t match with production that you would normally expect from this front office, he checks the other boxes in a huge way and he has an elite trait.
On top of that, Ruggs can immediately step in as a return man for the Titans considering he was one of the most electric returners in CFB over the last two years with 2 return TDs on 36 kick returns (6%) and 1 TD on just 5 punt returns (20%).
To put some perspective on that, Adoree Jackson was considered one of the best return men in NCAA history and he had 4 kick return TDs on 79 returns (5%) and 4 punt return TDs on 46 punt returns (9%).