Most realistic Tennessee Titans 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft

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Larnell Coleman is the Tennessee Titans’ final selection at 232.

The Trend: As far as trends, there isn’t much to go on here, but the Titans have seemed fine drafting players from mid-sized or smaller schools in the seventh round. No one has cracked the code on what makes a seventh-round pick work, but historically the Titans have used those picks to fill out the depth chart.

One thing that’s working in Coleman’s favor is that he does seem like the type of player that is going to be popular as a UDFA if he makes it that far (coaches like him, he is athletic, he has NFL size). That combined with the visits that the Titans have had with him, put him on the radar here as a potential seventh-round choice.

Analysis: Last year, the Titans’ offensive tackle position was held together by journeymen, and hopefully that showed the front office that they don’t need to spend premium picks at offensive tackle to get premium results.

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With Taylor Lewan, Kendall Lamm, Ty Sambrailo, and David Quessenberry already signed, it isn’t like the Titans need a ton of depth at the position. If they draft someone, it should be someone with an above-average starter upside, not just a guy who played a lot at a big school and whose best quality is that he has a decent floor.

This is a six-foot-six offensive tackle with an 85-inch wingspan and good athleticism that just needs some time and good coaching. He’s definitely worth the pick here at 232.