5. Kristian Fulton, CB
The second round cornerback from LSU had a lot of hype coming into the season as someone who could come in and start immediately. On tape, he had quickness that you liked, good size, the pedigree of an ascending player on a championship team, and most of all he was disruptive at the catch point.
Unfortunately, the injury to Adoree Jackson turned him from a luxury player who was going to be eased into playing time, to a guy who needed to start immediately. Even to the point where he probably rushed back from a camp injury to be ready in time to open the season.
By the time he finally started to show some progress and development, he was hurt and the Titans were scrambling for another answer at cornerback.
He can help the Titans by giving them some depth at a position that was a problem for much of the season and they might even be able to use him in their dime package that they have started to use more frequently.