Senior Bowl prospects that could intrigue the Tennessee Titans
This isn’t going to be a breakdown of every prospect in the Senior Bowl, but something Titans fans need to know is that the Senior Bowl is an important event for Jon Robinson and the scouting staff.
More than half of the Tennessee Titans 2021 rookie class and more than one-third of all of Robinson’s draft picks have attended the Senior Bowl (great visual here). 6 of those picks were Day 2 prospects and 10 were Day 3 prospects, so keep that in mind when you are looking at the Senior Bowl roster as well.
Again, the offense is going to get a lot of attention this offseason so that is where the majority of the picks and money will be focused on.
With that in mind, this is a short list of some players that make sense for the Titans on Day 2 or Day 3:
-Khalil Shakir WR, Boise State (1,800+ receiving yards, 97 yards per game over the last two years)
-Calvin Austin WR, Memphis (Passes the Matias Wodner rule)
-Alec Pierce WR, Cincinnati (6’3 receiver coached by Mike Vrabel’s best friend)
-Jalen Tolbert WR, South Alabama (6’3 receiver who passes the Matias Wodner rule)
-Charlie Kolar TE, Iowa State (Consistently one of the most productive tight ends in the country)
-Zion Johnson iOL, Boston College (plays offensive line with Mike Vrabel’s son)
-Cole Strange iOL, Chattanooga (Titans lead the NFL in players from Chattanooga)
-Darian Kinnard iOL, Kentucky (Massive guard who plays in the SEC)
Those are the Day 2/3 players that I think will be intriguing to the Titans based on the quick note I have written to the side, but we won’t know until there are follow-up visits at the facility or more rumors of interest.
Keep an eye on everyone on the offensive side of the ball and remember that consistency, work ethic, coachability, and experience are all buzz words for this front office at this event.