Titans 2024 7-Round NFL Mock Draft: Tennessee trades up to land first-round target

Tennessee doesn't mess around in this one.

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. 4. EDGE. Grayson Murphy. Grayson Murphy. . . Grayson Murphy. player. 518

In the fourth round, the Titans attack the depth up front on their defensive line by selecting pass rusher Grayson Murphy out of UCLA. Coming out of college with his twin brother and also an edge rusher, Gabriel, the Titans get the stronger of the two in Grayson.

Murphy wins a lot more often with a simple bull rush than anything else. He isn't going to blow you away with his quickness, but rather he's predicated on using plain, old strength to beat his man. The Titans get an experienced pass rusher who has tallied 36.5 tackles for loss, including 21.5 sacks, over his career at both North Texas and UCLA.

S. . player. Omar Brown. . Omar Brown. Omar Brown. 488. . 7

Tennessee could also use some depth at safety and even a potential starter, there, if they could end up finding a gem here in the seventh round. Using the first of their three picks in the final round, the Titans go with Nebraska safety Omar Brown.

At six feet, 200 pounds, Brown is a big safety who can bring the thunder in his hits. He has no problem laying the wood. But, he's also covered some of the faster guys in his conference, making him an all-around talent in the secondary.