Chandon Herring provides depth at right guard for the Tennessee Titans.
As of now, Nate Davis is the starting right guard for the Titans and that probably doesn’t change. The issue is that there really isn’t much depth behind Davis at right guard and that’s where Chandon Herring could come into play.
The BYU guard weighs in at 6’7″ and 310 pounds per Aaron Wilson’s tweet attached below. Moving someone of Herring’s size is going to be difficult for even the best defensive linemen out there and the Titans were clearly drawn to him with that in mind.
Herring played right guard during the 2020 season for the Cougars and even though he wasn’t drafted, the Titans have a need for depth at right guard and Herring fits the role. He has experience at the position and is a monster of a man. He isn’t going to be a starter, unless something unexpected happens, but it’s very possible that Herring finds his way onto the Titans’ roster for the regular season.