4. Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
The Titans have a whopping four tight ends in the final year of their contracts.
Jonnu Smith, Anthony Firkser (RFA), MyCole Pruitt, and Geoff Swaim are all impending free agents. Realistically, Pruitt will likely be back as he has been a solid run blocker for the Titans, but there may have to be a decision on whether they bring back either Smith or Firkser if they choose to re-sign either of them at all.
If the Titans lose one of their receiving threats at tight end due to cost, then Kyle Pitts out of Florida would be an excellent replacement if he lasts until the Titans pick.
He started off his junior campaign with a huge performance against Ole Miss, racking up 170 yards and four touchdowns on eight catches, and while he hasn’t had a game as good as that this season, he’s still been a favorite target of Gators quarterback Kyle Trask.
He’s emerged as one of the top tight ends in the nation this year and would be another solid weapon for Ryan Tannehill to throw to.
He has recently teased staying for his senior season, but if he does declare, the Titans should consider bringing him in.