Titans 7-Round Mock Draft: Tennessee claps back at Stefon Diggs trade

Will Levis gets even more ammo to compete with the Texans and their newly-acquired star wideout.
Tennessee Titans, Will Levis
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Adonai Mitchell. Adonai Mitchell. 2. player. Adonai Mitchell. . 467. . WR.

In the second round, the Titans have a variety of options they could choose from. But, at pick no. 38, Texas wide receiver Adonai Mitchell was still there. And, the Titans can't help but pull the trigger. Mitchell creates a lethal trio in DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley and himself.

Mitchell could end up being a late first rounder, but the Titans get lucky and swoop him up early in the second, here. What if the Titans could land themselves a WR3 that stands 6-foot-2, 205 pounds and runs a 4.34 in his 40-yard dash?

That's Mitchell, folks. This guy is one heck of an athlete, possessing a near-40-inch vertical as well. He's got the strength to go with his speed, too, and can make acrobatic catches in his sleep. The difference between Mitchell being a sure-fire first rounder and maybe a second-round pick is whether teams view him as having the mental fortitude and work ethic to continue improving.

The physical talent is there, no doubt about it. But, is Mitchell willing to work for it? Some give him comparisons to George Pickens, which could scare fans off. Let's hope he takes some lessons from Hopkins and company, allowing his development to progress smoothly.