5 prospects the Titans should consider early in the 2021 NFL Draft
Some Titans prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft.
We’re just past the midway mark of the 2020 NFL season, but it’s never too early to look at the future of the Tennessee Titans. The best place to start is with some 2021 NFL draft prospects.
If DeHember comes again this season, then it is probably going to be enough to ensure that the Tennessee Titans are going to be drafting towards the end of the first round, although preferably they remember how to play defense and end up with the 32nd overall pick.
As it stands right now, the Titans currently have 26 players in the final year of their contracts, including starters like wide receiver Corey Davis, linebacker Jayon Brown, EDGE Jadeveon Clowney, tight end Jonnu Smith, and many more.
Realistically, the majority of them will be gone in the off-season, though one would think the Titans will bring back a few of them.
While the players that will walk away in the off-season can be replaced in free agency, the Titans should have some pretty good options as far as drafting in the late first round.
General manager Jon Robinson has overall done a solid job of drafting since taking the role in 2016, though you could argue that he’s had his fair share of misses. The majority of his first-round picks have panned out, though you could make the argument that until this season, Corey Davis had fallen short of expectations, and the jury is still out on rookie tackle Isaiah Wilson, who has yet to play a down.
Who could the Titans possibly look at in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft?