Titans Of The Trade – Tennessee Titans 7-Round Mock Draft 2.0

We are little more than a week away from the 2024 NFL Draft and things couldn’t be more exciting. Ran Carthon has already been wheeling and dealing, trading the 227th pick to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for developmental tackle Leroy Watson. The draft could be more of the same. 

In the first addition of the Titans mock draft, we explored what a straight-forward draft could look like with a trade in the first round. In this second edition, the Titans get a little more aggressive in navigating the board to the tune of five trades during the draft. Here is what that could look like. 


Round 1, Pick 7

Joe Alt, Tackle, Notre Dame 

The best offensive tackle in the draft goes to the most tackle needy team! Alt has the NFL pedigree as his father, John Alt, was an All-Pro and the Titans can’t pass him up. 


Round 2, Pick 50 (via PHI)

(Trade: Tennessee sends Pick 38. Philadelphia sends Pick 50 & Pick 120.)

Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

The need for a wide receiver is as glaring as any for the Titans. Polk will immediately compete for the slot position and be able to mature into a solid contributor in 2024. 

Round 4, Pick 101 (via CAR)

(Trade: Tennessee sends Pick 88 & Pick 252. Carolina sends Pick 101 & Pick 141.)

T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

Off-field issues dropped one of the best nose tackles in the class here to Tennessee. Sweat will add what they’ve lost in Denico Autry and Teair Tart and pair well with Jeffery Simmons.  


Round 5, Pick 145 (via DEN)

(Trade: Tennessee sends Pick 141 & Pick 242. Denver sends Pick 145 & Pick 203.)

Tykee Smith, Safety, Georgia

Smith is a highly cerebral backend safety who can play in the box or centerfield. Plugging him in next to Amani Hooker would allow Tennessee to have two rangy safeties in their much improved secondary. 


Round 5, Pick 150 (via NO)

(Trade: Tennessee sends Pick 146. New Orleans sends Pick 150 & Pick 239.)

Jonah Elliss, Edge, Utah

Tennessee needs to address their pass rushing depth as they enter the 2024 season. Elliss comes in as a polished pass rusher who can play in a 4-3 or 3-4 front and wreak havoc.  


Round 6, Pick 182

Edefuan Ulofoshio, LB, Washington

Tennessee lost their starting linebacker and anchor in Azeez Al-Shaair to free agency. Ulofoshio has a lot of the same qualities, being a sideline-to-sideline backer who can also run with tight ends and running backs out of the backfield. His high IQ and leadership make him a prime candidate to be the “Green Dot” man for Dennard Wilson as well. 


Round 6, Pick 203 (via DEN)

Tyrone Tracy Jr, HB, Purdue

No one can have too much offense and Tyrone Tracy Jr. can add a valuable aspect to this Brian Callahan scheme. Tracy Jr. is converted wide receiver who can still man the slot if needed. Having that Swiss Army knife player would be great for a team trying to form a new identity. 


Round 7, Pick 239 (via NO)

Josh DeBerry, CB, Texas A&M

DeBerry is one of the better press-man cornerbacks in the draft class. His long frame and skill-set is very similar to L’Jarius Sneed, making him a prime addition for the Titans in the late rounds. 

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