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Tennessee Titans 2024 Mock Draft!

As we roll through mock drafts, next up we hit on the Tennessee Titans! Free agency has helped them, adding big names such as Tony Pollard, Kenneth Murray, Lloyd Cushenberry, and Chidobe Awuzie so far. I’m going to do my best to build around the squad they have, with the thinking that they stick with Will Levis, and try to develop the team with him at the lead. NOTE: Pick 7-227 was not in the mock draft database simulator, so around that spot I’d consider depth at WR/RB most likely, maybe even tight end potentially with how the board had fallen.

Tennessee Titans 2024 Mock Draft Results:

1-7: Joe Alt, OT Notre Dame

I know they took Duncan in the last draft but when you have the opportunity to lock up your blindside for the next decade, you do it. Alt is the next in a long line of great Notre Dame linemen and brings a day-one starting potential to a team that needs to fix the Tennessee Titans offensive line (hence the targets in free agency thus far). Alt’s got great size/speed/strength and checks all the boxes of an elite offensive line prospect.

2-38: Kamari Lassiter, CB Georgia

He’s a winner, from a winning program that is probably a starter in year one. He has great size/speed but also is a sure tackler that can be left on an island on the outside. Outside of Awuzie and Caleb Farley, they could stand to use some CB help and Lassiter is a steal at 38.

4-106: Cole Bishop, S Utah

For a team that needs a potential year one starter, this is a guy that should be targeted late day 2/early day 3. A safety that can play deep or up near the line of scrimmage, Bishop should have a long career at the next level and would be a potential immediate starter in this defense.

5-146: Justin Ebiogbe, DL Alabama

Ebiogbe could be used across the line in this defense, and at 6’4” and close to 300 pounds, he is pretty athletic for that size. He’s versatile, a solid tackler, and a guy they can use to attack the quarterback and play some meaningful reps early in a rotation for Tennessee.

6-182: Andrew Raym, IOL Oklahoma

Targeting traits here with Raym, and with what they’ve done earlier in the draft and free agency, you take this player with the eyes to the future. He could easily develop into a startable player within a few years if they play their cards right!

7-221: Xavier Thomas, EDGE Clemson

Feels like a steal this late, but with the type of bend and burst Thomas has, you could see him in 3rd down packages attacking the quarterback, with room to grow. They have starters but depth like this you can’t pass up on in round 7!

7-242: Bub Means, WR Pittsburgh

At 6’1” with a 4.4 40-yard dash, Means is a great athlete who just needs to develop the route tree further. With veteran leadership in the wide receiver room, Means could be a depth guy who could work his way into a role within a year or two potentially. He’s strong with good hands and does well once he gets the ball into his hands, so traits are good here so just comes down to opportunity and coaching! Results with Site Grades

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