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

A trade back equals... unexpected value?

Tennessee Titans, Will Levis
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4. CB. . Kalen King. player. . . Kalen King. 491. Kalen King

Next, the Titans find one of the biggest value picks they could have possibly found in the fourth round. At one point, Kalen King was Joey Porter Jr.'s running mate and had a monster 2022 season. Without Porter on the other side in 2023, King came back to earth just a bit. However, he still looks like a potential starter in the NFL.

Between Brownlee and King, the Titans have a potential starting duo right here, or at least guys who will firmly compete for the jobs this summer. King is also like Brownlee in that he is a very physical player who doesn't easily give receivers much space to work with. He took a page out of Porter's book and plays with the same tenacity. For a team that needs physical playmakers in the secondary, King only adds to that desire.

. . Jalen Sundell. Jalen Sundell. 5. . OT. player. 2497. Jalen Sundell

The Titans have far too many needs to be able to address them all in early rounds, so the offensive tackle position kind of fell to the wayside a bit. However, North Dakota State's Jalen Sundell could have the makings of a future starter in the NFL.

Sundell comes in having played several games at both center and tackle, believe it or not. His footwork is one of his better traits, and he's able to move very well for a guy his size. He'll be position-versatile, but most recently played tackle last season.