Tennessee Titans: Grading, ranking their remaining 2020 NFL Draft class

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35. . . . Kristian Fulton, cornerback. 1. player

Expect a leap by this Tennessee Titans budding star in Year 2.

Things got off to a relatively decent start for Kristian Fulton in Year 1 as a member of the Tennessee Titans. That’s exactly what you want from you second-rounders, and this organization couldn’t have been any happier after snagging a guy some graded as a first-rounder in Round 2.

Fulton made his Titans debut versus the Denver Broncos in Week 1 and snagged his first career interception versus the rival Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2, but that would be about it for the rookie from LSU.

Time on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, inactive sheet, and injured reserve robbed us all of a full 16-game sample size to see what Fulton had to offer. You also know it’s ‘out of sight and out of mind’ for these NFL stars, but a healthy and productive return in 2021 is possible. As a matter of fact, it should be expected.

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Let’s all reconvene at the season’s end, compare notes, and see where Fulton is then. There’s no reason to believe that 2021 can’t be both a bounceback and breakout year (if that can be said after an injury-ladened debut. Grade: C