Most realistic Tennessee Titans 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft

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With the 205th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select…Michael Strachan WR, Charleston

The Trend: Again, receivers probably won’t be included in any Titan Sized mock draft unless they pass the Matias Wodner Rule. It’s hard to find because Charleston isn’t a Division-1 school, but Strachan did pass the filter becoming the first player in school history to have 1,000-plus receiving yards, and he did it twice.

Analysis: Our staff consists of huge Charleston fans, so they’ve watched every snap of Strachan’s career. No, obviously that’s a joke, but even if you haven’t seen anything other than limited film and his athletic testing, it is easy to see how this pick could be a steal.

At six-foot-five, he is one of the tallest receivers in this draft class and despite weighing nearly 230 pounds, the former track star posted a 4.5-second 40-yard dash. If you are going to take a small school player, you want them to have either elite athleticism or eye-popping production and Strachan has both.

So far the Titans have added Dyami Brown which means that their WR depth chart looks like this:

1. A.J. Brown

2. Dyami Brown

3. Josh Reynolds

4. Anthony Firkser/Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

Even if you are confident in that lineup, this gives the Tennessee Titans another body at the bottom of this depth chart and a prospect who has the tools and resume to be an outlier.

One final thing to remember is that A.J. Brown and Dyami Brown are both six-foot, and while Josh Reynolds is 6’3, he is on a one-year contract. If the Titans want a bigger body on the outside or at the point in bunch formations, then this is a nice option to diversify their body types without Corey Davis.