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Cameron Batson’s skill set may keep him on the Tennessee Titans roster.
If awards were given out in the NFL during training camp and the preseason, Cameron Batson might already have some hardware in the trophy case. You can’t go anywhere or talk to anyone about how gifted this young man is.
In an offense that features knock-out artists like Julio Jones and Derrick Henry, Batson gives this team some versatility to frustrate opposing defensive coordinators and their teams. He possesses a nice set of hands. He also represents something that every offensive coordinator wants to say that they have in their arsenal, someone who creates a mismatch.
He’s one of those guys that may be too shifty for some cornerbacks to cover, and he’s too fast for linebackers and safeties to try to limit when he uses that five-foot-eight frame to find holes in the defense. Some may see his size as an issue, but the knowledge that he also benefits this team on special teams as a returner makes Cameron Batson someone that Tennessee Titans fans need to pay attention to once camp gets underway.