Titans land unexpected weapon for Will Levis in this 2024 NFL mock draft

A trade back equals... unexpected value?

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In the third round, the Titans start attacking one of their biggest weaknesses: the secondary. Cornerback is a nagging position of need, and Louisville corner Jarvis Brownlee Jr. comes in as a guy who could potentially start from Day 1.

The 5-foot-11 Brownlee is an outside corner who stays in his receiver's business consistently. He's an in-your-face type of defender who is going to be more annoying for opposing wideouts than anything. He's good at sticking with receivers through all kinds of routes and does his best to throw them off.

Within that same mentality comes Brownlee's proficiency in run support. He will never be accused of shying away from a tackle. The guy is a physical player who takes too much pride in that aspect of his game to be considered a liability.

Last season, the Titans were one of the worst pass defenses in football during a good stretch of the season. They ended the year 18th against the pass, but the secondary is definitely a spot this team needs to get better at, and Brownlee is a start.