Round 3, pick 53: Eric Stokes CB, Georgia
Not only was Stokes very productive in college, but he also tested like an athletic freak. He measured in just over 6’0 and he jumped through the roof…oh yeah, I guess I should mention that he ran a 4.25 40-yard dash.
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Even if that last number is too low because it was a Pro Day, that still means that he ran somewhere in the true 4.32 range which is incredibly fast and would blow away the 4.42 that Adoree Jackson posted before he was drafted.
Put Stokes inside or outside and he should be an upgrade for the Titans as well as providing something that they don’t have in the secondary, rare speed.
Round 3, pick 85: Tommy Tremble TE, Notre Dame
Just a big, physical tight end that played H-back and inline tight end for Notre Dame. His athleticism is surprising because of how physical he plays and this is just an easy plug-and-play replacement for Jonnu Smith.
Don’t overthink it.
Round 3, pick 100: Quincy Roche EDGE, Miami
A four-year starter who averaged 13.5 TFLs and 8 sacks per season, Roche is the epitome of production and he would give the Titans great depth at the EDGE position. Giving him a year to pick up the nuances of the NFL while also getting him in to give Bud Dupree and Harold Landry a breather would be the perfect fit for everyone involved.