Yes, Tennessee Titans and NFL fans, it’s another Washington corner!
Yes, you’ve heard about these cornerbacks from the Washington Huskies before. Some of those stories make you wish you had one of those guys on your team. Some of those guys make you wonder if the stories are overhyped. Like the aforementioned Williams however, Elijah Molden is one of those guys that you may have discovered while tuning in to check out one of his teammates.
Molden shared the field for two seasons with potential edge star Joe Tryon. While Tryon sat out of the campaign due to COVID-19 concerns, Molden elected to play, and he played well.
He racked up 26 tackles in four games for the Huskies. He also snagged an interception. For his career, he boasts 153 total tackles, including seven for a loss of yardage. Add that to five picks, 19 pass breakups, and four forced fumbles. Yeah, Molden doesn’t mind making any tackles.
He’s five-foot-ten. He tips the scales at 190 pounds, so you wonder if he’s a slot guy at the next level. Still, the expectation is he’s taken on Day 3. Then, you can expect him to compete in camp and, possibly, contribute to an NFL roster early. He’s that good.