Trading down to make the perfect Titans 7-round 2024 NFL Mock Draft

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Day 3 selections for the Tennessee Titans

Round 5, pick 146: Grayson Murphy EDGE, UCLA

Round 6, pick 182: Gabe Hall DL, Baylor

Round 6, picks 242 and 252: Trevin Wallace LB, Kentucky and Tulu Griffin WR, Mississippi State

Out of this group, Gabe Hall has the best chance to get real starting snaps for the Titans in 2024 and he is a good value in the sixth round. He has the flexibility to play multiple spots on the defensive line and could be another player like Sebastian Joseph-Day who gives the Titans depth across the board.

I am a believer in Rashad Weaver as a guy who can give you snaps as a base end in a 4-2-5 look and a good coach should be able to use Weaver to supplement Arden Key to equate to another good starting EDGE. However, the Titans do need more pass-rushing depth and Wallace might be that guy.

Wallace and Griffin are both guys who can come in and be depth guys who make the roster as special teams players as rookies, but hopefully take the next step and become rotational players down the line.

So the Titans end up adding:

-An elite LT prospect
-A WR2 that should start immediately
-The perfect scheme fit next to Amani Hooker at safety
-A starting-caliber linebacker who can hold down a job for the next four years
-Depth at EDGE, DL, LB, and WR/KR/PR
-A future 3rd round pick

This is the type of finish to an offseason that could push the Tennessee Titans to the front of the AFC South and it could put Ran Carthon into the Executive of the Year conversation.