Titans get a little desperate in this final 2024 NFL mock draft

What happens if the Titans get the rug pulled from beneath them?
Tennessee Titans, 2024 NFL Draft
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S. . player. 487. Tyler Nubin. . . 2. Tyler Nubin. Tyler Nubin

The Titans could use another starting safety, and there might be none better in this class than Minnesota's Tyler Nubin. At 6-foot-1, he brings tremendous size and length to the position. He's a physical player, unafraid of laying the wood. But, he's also good in coverage. Nubin has top-level ball skills for a safety and tracks it well.

Nubin has the ability to play either safety spot, giving the Titans some flexibility there also. Over the past two seasons, Nubin has had at least four interceptions and three passes defended in each campaign, coupled with a minimum of 53 tackles, including one for a loss.

Brennan Jackson. EDGE. player. Brennan Jackson. . . Brennan Jackson. 4. 522.

In Round 4, the Titans grab a pass rusher in Washington State's Brennan Jackson. Standing 6-foot-4, 264 pounds, Jackson has prototypical size for an edge rusher and he plays with his hair on fire. The guy is a high-motor player who gives it all on every rep. He rarely wins because of refined technique, but rather wins his reps because of how hard he outworks his opposition.

Over the past two seasons, Jackson has totaled 24.5 tackles for loss, including 14.5 sacks. He'll usually win as the lower man and brings a good amount of strength with that frame, too.