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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. WR. player. 2279. Luke McCaffrey. . Luke McCaffrey. 6. . Luke McCaffrey

With their sixth-round pick, the Titans try to find a gem and another future weapon for Levis by selecting Rice wide receiver Luke McCaffrey, the younger brother of San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey.

Now, McCaffrey's draft stock has been rising as of late and he could be gone before this point. But, as a sixth rounder, you can't get much better. McCaffrey does one thing extremely well, and that's his ability to get open. For a young quarterback, you can't ask for more than a guy who makes life easier on you, and that's what McCaffrey does. His route running and ability to find soft spots is excellent.

He might not make an immediate impact, but McCaffrey has the potential to be an integral part of the offense in a year or two.

. . Miyan Williams. 7. 490. Miyan Williams. . Miyan Williams. RB. player

The Titans have three picks in the seventh round, and the first they end up using on a Big Ten running back as more of a luxury pick. Ohio State running back Miyan Williams doesn't get a ton of love as one of the better backs in this class, but he's going to be more of a specific role player.

Williams' strength lies in his toughness as a one-cut runner and his ability to be a capable third-down back. His pass blocking is also something that separates him as someone worth a spot on an NFL roster. Over his career with the Buckeyes, Williams averaged 6.0 yards per carry and scored 20 touchdowns.