Attack And Attack Some More! – Tennessee Titans 7-Round Mock Draft

The Tennessee Titans have made a bevy of moves this offseason to improve their roster. Most of those moves have been targeted towards getting young-veteran help at positions of need, but they will now need to turn their attention to the draft to get young talent in the building. 

General manager Ran Carthon, head coach Brian Callahan and the Titans’ front office will now put in a collaborative effort to bring in the right prospects to a needy team. 

Below is a roadmap to how the draft could play out for them with the current holes on the roster. 


Round 1, Pick 7

Joe Alt, Tackle, Notre Dame 

Tennessee can go in a multitude of directions with the 7th overall pick pick but they stick here and take their blind side protector for the next decade.


Round 2, Pick 38

Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas 

Losing Dencico Autry was tough but here you get one of the best interior defensive linemen in the class. Murphy II will slot in next to Jeffery Simmons and shore-up the defensive front for Dennard Wilson and company.


Round 4, Pick 106

Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

Tennessee really bolstered their cornerbacks’ room after the L’Jarius Sneed trade but you can never have too many in today’s league. Hart is along body who can play on the perimeter, allowing Chidobe Awuzie and Roger McCreary to kick inside when opposing offenses go with four receivers. 


Round 5, Pick 150 (via NO)

(Trade: Tennessee sends Pick 146 & 2025 6th Round Pick. New Orleans sends Pick 150 & Pick 199.)

Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana 

Tennessee needs that “Green Dot” backer to plug in to this front seven. Casey is a heads-up defender with the tenacity that Dennard Wilson will drool over. He will fit well next to Kenneth Murray Jr. in this Titans defense. 


Round 6, Pick 182

Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane

The Titans still need receiver help despite adding Calvin Ridley in free agency. Jackson is a solid receiver with smooth routes and solid hands. He can play inside or outside the numbers as well, giving the Titans that much needed matchup versatility.


Round 6, Pick 199 (via NO)

Trey Taylor, Safety, Air Force

Tennessee has yet to address the safety position next to veteran Amani Hooker. Adding the 2023 Jim Thorpe Award winner here would not only solidify the safety spot but give the Titans a young chess piece in their new defense.


Round 7, Pick 221

Drake Nugent, OL, Michigan 

The remodel of the offensive line can’t stop at the tackle spot. Tennessee needs to add depth at the interior as well. Nugent gives the Titans a versatile interior presence that can man the center and the left, and right guard positions


Round 7, Pick 242

Gabriel Murphy, Edge, UCLA

Tennessee adds a much needed rotational pass-rusher here that can develop into a steady starter. Murphy will be a sack merchant in his early years and gives Tennessee a solid spell-man for Arden Key and Harold Landry III.


Round 7, Pick 252

Daijahn Anthony, DB, Ole Miss

Versatility, versatility, versatility! That is what Ole Miss defensive back Daijahn Anthony brings to the Titans. Anthony can play outside corner, nickel back or free safety, giving him staying power on the roster. 

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