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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Troy Fautanu, Washington

2023 stats: 15 games, 993 snaps, two sacks, 75.5 PFF grade

Fautanu has one of the weirder average draft position chart that you'll find – he started down in the 60's, and even in the last month alone has gone from a fringe-first rounder to a Top 15 guy. As of right now, the average draft has him going 18.

Considered one of the elite athletes in this year's class of linemen, one of Fautanu's biggest strengths is going to be the versatility he brings to whoever drafts him. That's especially good news for the Titans, who literally drafted a 6'4, 315 lbs guard last year. And frankly, because of Skoronski, it'd be easy to see the Titans go with Penn State's Olumuyiwa Fashanu given the choice between them – Fashanu projects more as a longterm tackle.