Here is the Tennessee Titans’ version of the usual suspects.
two picks (10%): Joseph Ossai EDGE, Texas; Christian Barmore DL, Alabama; Elijah Moore WR, Ole Miss; Alijah Vera-Tucker OL, USC
These four are the remaining vote-getters in the simulators and again there are some very interesting results. Elijah Moore is an easy sell for Titans fans because he plays for Ole Miss, has a relationship with A.J. Brown, tested like a great athlete, and has outstanding production.
Christian Barmore is another one where there shouldn’t be much pushback from Titans fans. In a paper-thin draft for defensive linemen, Barmore stands alone at the top of the list. Here’s a fun fact. Until Azeez Ojulari got to play against a backup offensive tackle for Cincinnati, Barmore led the SEC in sacks despite playing defensive tackle.
Joseph Ossai is a no-brainer for so many as well, and it only takes one minute of watching his film (and even less time looking at his incredible production) to see why Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel would love him.
AVT is the hardest one to justify because if the Titans are getting an offensive tackle, traditionally they would be looking for a much bigger, longer prospect at the position. Still, he looked good this year and if his arm-length proves to be a problem, the Titans can try to find him a spot as the future replacement for Ben Jones or Rodger Saffold.