Tennessee Titans final grades for all eight 2021 NFL Draft picks

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Tennessee Titans fans have a lot of questions about these last two guys.

Round 6 Pick 205: Racey McMath, WR, LSU

Round 6 Pick 215: Brady Breeze, S, Oregon

The Titans were without picks in Round 5 and Round 7 due to some draft-day maneuvering, but they had two picks in Round 6 to make up for it.

With those selections, they went with Racy McMath, a speedy wideout out of LSU, and Breeze, a safety out of the Oregon Ducks program.

It is a little concerning that McMath never factored in really at all in a high-powered LSU offense. He only collected 33 catches during his four seasons at the collegiate level. He does have speed, and projects to be a deep threat with decent size and quickness, but the sample size just isn’t there.

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McMath will have a long way to go to prove he belongs in the NFL. The Titans did not do much at all to nullify concerns about the wide receiver position. Breeze is a typical late-round draft pick. He’s a solid backup safety who’s proficient in run-stopping but struggles with his tackling and pass defense. Breeze could crack the roster as a backup safety while playing a key role on special teams, a-la Brynden Trawick of a few seasons ago.

McMath’s grade: D

The grade for Breeze: C