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

A trade back equals... unexpected value?

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player. 6. LaDarius Henderson. OT. LaDarius Henderson. . . . LaDarius Henderson. 485

For the second pick in a row, the Titans go offensive tackle. This time, it's a Big Ten prospect in Michigan's LaDarius Henderson. As an All-Big Ten selection last year, Henderson is phenomenal value here in the sixth round. He, like Sundell, is versatile. He can play both tackle and guard, having tallied over 1,100 snaps at those positions over his tenure.

Henderson has a powerful upper body and is a mauler with that phone booth type of strength. He's quick off the line and moves well laterally, too.

RB. Carson Steele. player. . . 518. Carson Steele. . Carson Steele. 7

With their final pick in the draft, the Titans look to pair UCLA's Carson Steele with Tyjae Spears in the new era of this Tennessee back field. Steele is a bigger back at 6-foot-1, 225 pounds and can provide the Titans with a change-of-pace from the quicker, more electric Spears.

In an offseason where they're losing Henry, Steele comes in as a potential short yardage replacement and someone who can offer a different skill set than Spears. Last year as a Bruin, Steele ran for 847 yards and six scores, averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

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