The Tennessee Titans find an offensive tackle in Round 2.
Round 2 Pick 53: Dillon Radunz, OT, NDSU
With the second-round pick, the Titans selected Dillon Radunz, a tackle from North Dakota State.
Radunz played left tackle for the Bison, but will slot in at right tackle for the Titans, opposite Taylor Lewan. Radunz has good size for an NFL lineman but also has impressive athleticism. If necessary, this could be someone that can swing inside or fill in at left tackle for Taylor Lewan.
Radunz specializes in run-blocking, which is a good thing considering he’s now on the same team as Derrick Henry. The Titans had a massive need at RT, as Kendall Lamm is currently slotted in as the starting RT after the departures of Dennis Kelly and Isaiah Wilson. Radunz should immediately slot in and contribute on the Titans’ line for years to come.
It’s hard not like this pick. It’s not a sexy pick, but it might just be the necessary one. A wide receiver would have been nice, but Radunz is most likely a day-one starter who will improve the Tennessee Titans’ offensive line immediately.