3 best tackle options for the Titans in the 2024

It's by far their biggest need this year. Here's who they could go after.
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Joe Alt, Notre Dame

2023 stats: 12 games, 713 snaps, one sack, 90.7 PFF grade

If Alt's available at seven, then the rest of this slideshow doesn't really matter. He's widely – almost unanimously – considered the best offensive lineman available in this year's draft, and the only lineman prospect consistently going in the Top-10 across all the different mock drafts out there. The Titans are lucky that this year's a heavy QB class, frankly – in any other year, it'd be easy to see Alt going higher than seven.

As far as prospects go, he's exactly the type of left tackle that teams love to take a swing on. He started as a true freshman, played three years, and is still only 21 years old. He's also 6'8 and over 300 lbs. PFF liked his 2022 season a bit more than 2023, but he was still an elite left tackle in both. He'd be the assumed Day 1 starter at left tackle, which says as much about Alt as it does the current state of the Titans' line depth. There'd still be a lot of work to be done in fixing one of the NFL's worst units last year, but line Alt up with Peter Skoronski and Llyod Cushenberry, and you start to see the vision.