Tennessee Titans 2022 NFL Mock Draft: Darkest timeline edition

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Tennessee Titans Day 2 picks

Round 2, pick 40: Jahan Dotson WR, Penn State

I have had this argument before, but I think there is a strong case to ignore track speed when you look at wide receiver prospects for the Tennessee Titans. Despite investing several picks on receivers over the year, none of them tested like elite speed guys (including Taywan Taylor who ran a 4.5 40).

Like A.J. Brown or Taywan Taylor, Dotson’s film shows a guy who is much faster than his track speed indicates. It is possible that he almost falls out of the top-40 but if the Titans traded down then this would be the perfect spot for him. His speed and fearlessness would be a great complement to Brown’s physicality and YAC ability.

Round 3, pick 72: Jalen Tolbert WR, South Alabama

Double-dipping at wide receiver is going to be a must in this class, even if the Titans do go out and sign another free agent at the position.

Tolbert passes the Matias Wodner rule for production, and he has been incredibly productive over his last two seasons even when he has been asked to play against higher levels of competition. He is another guy who is more physical than you would think for his size and he isn’t afraid to do the dirty work as a blocker in the run game.

Round 3, pick 90: Greg Dulcich TE, UCLA

Dulcich’s athletic testing was very similar to Jonnu Smith’s numbers coming out of college. In fact, you could argue that Dulcich is a bigger, more athletic version of Smith and (like Smith) he could start out as a receiving threat that learns how to become a better blocker with time.

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