Good Will Hunting – Tennessee Titans 2024 Draft Profile

After a disappointing  2023-24 season, the Tennessee Titans have to truly rebuild from the ground up. Ran Carthon has a new partner in crime in new head coach Brian Callahan, and they will both collaborate to find the players that fit the new look of the team. The hunt is on.


Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Jordan Morgan, Tackle, Arizona

Johnny Dixon, CB, Penn State


Tennessee has plenty of needs on what will be a depleted roster. With young quarterback Will Levis being the focal point of the offense now they will need to decide how to build around him. He needs weapons and protection, and they could get both of those in the early goings of the NFL Draft.

The Titans are in an interesting spot as they hold the 7th overall pick. They need a tackle but receiver is a huge need as their lead man is 31-year old DeAndre Hopkins. Drafting a player with elite traits to takeover as the WR1 should be a top priority.

Malik Nabers shares a similar build as Hopkins standing 6’0″ 200 pounds, but has gamebreaking speed to add to it. Nabers possesses the kind of physicality you want from an outside receiver, and uses that to create space in press man situations. He also is a true 50/50 ball merchant, routinely turning them into catches and big plays.

At seven you can’t allow a talent like Nabers to fall through the cracks.

After getting their future number one target, the Titans should turn their eyes to one of the deepest tackle draft classes we’ve ever seen.

In the second round there will be a crop of very good tackles, but Jordan Morgan stands out the most of those day two guys. Morgan has a very large frame with upper-echelon athleticism for the position. He is stout in pass protection, being able to slide with a smooth kick-step and good punch when dealing with speedy pass rushers. The deciding factor is he allowed just 14 combined sacks, hits, or pressures on 477 pass blocking snaps. That’s just 2.9% of his snaps allowing a pass rush win.

Tennessee doesn’t have a third round pick, and will need to make sure to get good value in the fourth round.

Tennessee need to get better in the defensive secondary, especially the cornerback position. In the fourth round the cornerback with the most interesting skillset in Penn State product Johnny Dixon.

Dixon played everywhere on the field for the Nittany Lions, whether it was rushing from the slot or covering up the seam. He has a solid frame with good musculature, allowing him to come down and stuff runs. He is very balanced, possessing good read-react skills in zone coverage and good hips to perform well in man coverage. Allowing Dixon to come in and man an outside corner spot in Dennard Wilson’s defense would be a good move for the Titans, and would shore up the position.

Ran Carthon, Brian Callahan and company have formed a wolfpack that is on the hunt. They will look to add some dawgs to that pack as we approach the draft.

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