Tennessee Titans 7-Round Mock Draft

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Tennessee Titans 7-Round Mock Draft

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The Tennessee Titans have only have six picks in the NFL Draft this year, as they traded away their fourth and sixth-round selections for Julio Jones and Robert Woods, respectively. They start with pick No. 11 overall before having one draft spot in the second, third, fifth, sixth (from Atlanta), and seventh rounds.

Tennesee has some holes to fill with limited picks and will likely focus on the offensive line, wide receiver, and defensive depth.

For this 7-round Tennessee Titans mock draft, I’ll be using the Pro Football Focus’ mock draft simulator.

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Tennessee Titans 7-Round Mock Draft

Round 1: Pick 11 Overall

Pick: Broderick Jones, T, Georgia

It was either Jones or Paris Johnson Jr., with this first-round selection and Johnson was drafted by the Bears at pick No. 9. The UGA tackle can serve as the long-term solution on the left side, which is a glaring hole for this Tennesee o-line.

Round 2: Pick 41 Overall

Pick: Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee

Staying in the SEC, the Titans select Tillman, who is coming off an ankle injury that cost him most of 2022 and some draft hype.

Wideout is certainly a need for the Titans, as they’re down to sophomore Treylon Burks who they’re hoping can step up as a WR1. They also have Kyle Philips manning the slot and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine in the mix. Tillman fits the prototype for a Mike Vrabel receiver which is speedy enough and physical.

Round 3: Pick 72 Overall

Pick: Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State

Tight end is not a huge need, but Tennessee could use the depth and love to use two-TE sets. Kraft does well as an in-line blocker and receiver. And, with Austin Hooper gone, could be a solid complement to sophomore Chigoziem Okonkwo.

Round 5: Pick 147 Overall

Pick: Juice Scruggs, C, Penn State

Jones was a great start to beefing up the offensive line in the first round, but they’ll now address the interior with Scruggs. The Titans’ current center, Ben Jones, is only under contract through 2023, so it would make sense to set up for the future.

Round 6: Pick 186 Overall (via Falcons)

Pick: Cory Trice, CB, Purdue

I was surprised to see Trice last this long, as he is PFF’s 95th-ranked player overall and among The Athletic Dane Brugler’s Top-15 cornerbacks in this draft class. Secondary was certainly a weakness for the Titans in 2022, though, so adding another young body to the pass-defense room would be a win.

Round 7: Pick 228 Overall

Pick: Elijah Higgins, WR, Stanford

Let’s add one more pass catcher to this roster for option’s sake. Higgins is a big-bodied receiver with large hands and decent speed.