The Tennessee Titans select Elijah Moore, a WR from Ole Miss.
Shockingly, Elijah Moore fell so far in this mock draft, but a run on defensive tackles helped push down one of the people that Titans fans (and Titans players) were clamoring for in the first round of the selection meeting.
There are some things that Moore will have to overcome, specifically the fact that he spent the majority of his career in the slot and he measured in under five-foot-ten inches tall at his Pro Day. Having said that, this would be a home run pick for the Titans.
Cornerback and wide receiver were tied for the Titans’ top need heading into this draft and both were in a similar situation. Both groups were serviceable if they had to trot out a team tomorrow, but one talented player could change the entire outlook of the position.
By adding Caleb Farley, the Titans limit the stress that they put on Kristian Fulton and they allow Jackrabbit Jenkins to do what he does best on the outside. Similarly, by adding Elijah Moore Tennessee would let A.J. Brown and Josh Reynolds do what they do best on the outside while Moore starts off his career as a slot specialist.