4 star players Titans missed out on drafting since 2015

Where could the Titans be today had they drafted these guys?

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Every team would like a few draft picks back over the years. The Tennessee Titans are no exception, as the team had made a couple of highly-questionable decisions in the last few drafts.

Looking across the NFL right now, the Titans could have ended up with a handful of superstar players had they made better decisions during the draft.

Not only would they have wound up with superstars, but to add insult to injury, the players Tennessee took in place of some of these Pro Bowlers made the decisions look even worse. Let's look at four stars the Titans could have had, if they'd just made the right call, dating back to 2015.

Tee Higgins, WR

The 2020 NFL Draft is going to be the star class of this piece, and it was quite the miss for the Titans. In the first round, at pick no. 29, the Titans drafted Georgia tackle Isaiah Wilson, who would go on to appear in just one game in Tennessee before seeing his NFL career effectively end.

Just four picks later, the Bengals drafted Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins, who now has become one of the best young receivers in the game today. If not being overshadowed by Ja'Marr Chase, Higgins would probably find himself in the top 10 across the league.

That 2020 season, the Titans still had A.J. Brown, who finished across the 1,000-yard mark and looked like a future stud in Tennessee. Of course, the Titans would end up trading Brown and are now without a concrete no. 1 wide receiver. Hopefully, the recent signing of DeAndre Hopkins gives them exactly that, assuming he's still got plenty left in the tank.

But, missing out on Higgins, in hindsight, looks pretty tough now.