Titans listed as an ideal landing spot for top TE in 2024 NFL Draft

Could Tennessee land a major offensive weapon in the first round?
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Tight end Brock Bowers out of Georgia is widely considered to be the best prospect at his position in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft, and Bleacher Report recently listed the Tennessee Titans as an ideal landing spot for the 21-year old.

The Titans possess seventh overall pick in the draft, and they could potentially use that selection to add another offensive weapon for second-year quarterback Will Levis.

During his three seasons at Georgia, Bowers had 2,538 receiving yards and 26 receiving touchdowns. He also added five rushing touchdowns. At 6'4" and 240 pounds, Bowers has solid size for the position, and his skill set projects to translate well to the NFL.

Here's what Bleacher Report had to say about Tennessee being an ideal NFL home for Bowers:

"With Okonkwo and Whyle already on the roster, tight end isn't a pressing need. After all, the former finished second on the squad last season in receptions and receiving yards. Plus, Tennessee has a crying need to address offensive line with this year's seventh overall pick.

"However, a possibility exists where the class' top-ranked offensive tackle prospect, Notre Dame's Joe Alt, isn't on the board and the Titans aren't entirely enamored with Penn State's Olu Fashanu. If that comes to pass, Bowers is an elite talent who can create more mismatches in the offense to help in Will Levis' develop, even if his and Okonkwo's skill sets are somewhat redundant."

Titans plan to add additional TEs

The Titans currently have three tight ends on the roster, but they plan to add more players at the position prior to training camp, and the potential to add a talent like Bowers has to be pretty tantalizing for Tennessee's front office.

"But, you know, obviously three tight ends isn't what you're going to take into training camp," Titans coach Brian Callahan said recently. "So, there's going to be some spots to add, whether that comes from a veteran player after the draft, whether it comes from a draft pick at tight end, remains to be seen … We'll probably take at least five, probably six tight ends into training camp."

The Titans will have ample options with their first pick, and they several areas of need, so there's no guarantee that they'll go with Bowers -- or that he'll still be on the board at that point. But if he is, the Titans will have an opportunity to add another potentially elite offensive weapon after already adding the likes of Calvin Ridley and Tony Pollard this offseason.