4. Isaiah Wilson (not even being considered)
We haven’t seen Wilson play a snap yet, not even on field goal or in a specific package just for him, and it isn’t really hard to get on the field just ask the 10 offensive linemen that have played snaps for the Titans this year.
Since we haven’t seen or heard anything that suggests he has improved from the pre-draft process, let me remind you what I said about him as soon as the Titans drafted him:
"Wilson has major technique issues and he struggles a lot with speed rushers so when he gets in camp it wouldn’t surprise me if the Titans took a step back and realized he needs to be on the bench or possibly compete at right guard for a year until he can hopefully refine his technique. Who I would have drafted? Literally anyone else basically. Not to bash this pick too much because I know fans are probably upset but everything about this feels like a player who was part of a good unit in college, but whose individual efforts were lacking. He does fill the Jon Robinson mantra of a guy who isn’t a projection and who has experience at the position he will play at the next level, but everything else screams bust. I’ll leave you with this, Wilson struggled to refine his technique with one of the best offensive line coaches either at the NFL or college level and now the Titans are asking him to come in with the expectations of a 1st round pick and refine himself under Keith Carter with no offseason."