3 Tennessee Titans UDFAs with best chance of making 2021 roster

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. Chandon Herring, offensive lineman. . player. 861. .

Herring is someone Tennessee Titans fans might be labeling as a steal.

You’d think when a guy like Zach Wilson catapults himself into the NFL Draft’s second-overall selection, especially when he did so playing at a school that we don’t talk about as much as we used to (BYU), the natural response by most of the football world would be to immediately look at the five guys that lined up in front of him and see if there’s any talent there.

After all, these are the guys that kept him upright correct?

BYU’s Chandon Herring is a guy that many scouts and NFL pundits thought would tickle some team’s fancy on the final day of the selection meeting, but when rounds four through seven wrapped, no one had pulled the trigger on Mr. Herring.

As you know, the Tennessee Titans’ starting offensive line is set once they figure out what they’re doing at right tackle, but you know the saying. Teams can never have too many guys to play in the trenches.

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Like the aforementioned Naquan Jones, Herring represents value thanks to his versatility. He played both the guard and tackle position at Brigham Young University. He’s six-foot-seven. He weighs in at 310 pounds. The Titans are getting a little older along the offensive line’s interior, so don’t be surprised if Herring is someone who makes the team in a reserve role and then develops into a more valuable commodity later.