Larrell Murchison, defensive line, second season
Are you sensing a pattern here? There’s an obvious theory floating around in the atmosphere that states the Tennessee Titans need the 2021 draft class to grow up quickly and contribute mightily to this team’s success in 2021. While that’s true, it’s caused quite a few NFL pundits and members of the media to forget about how special the 2020 Titans draft class still has a chance at becoming.
Last year, Isaiah Wilson was a bust, and Darrynton Evans, Kristian Fulton, and Larrell Murchison all struggled to stay on the field in their first season. Not only is betting on Tennessee’s rookies a safe bet. It’s also reasonable to bank on those second-year guys making some major strides now that they’re a tear older.
Make sure that you circle Larrell Murchison’s name. He was only able to muster five total tackles in ten games a season ago. This year, as part of a defensive line rotation that will feature Jeffery Simmons, Denico Autry, and Teair Tart, this six-foot-two, 297-pound prospect figures to irritate a few signal-callers and offensive coordinators during his second run with the Tennessee Titans early and often this season.