Dotson is a heart-stopping vertical threat, that defenders struggle to contain, let alone prevent from embarrassing them downfield. Throughout his tenure at Penn State, Dotson averaged 15.0 yards per catch and totaled 24 touchdowns. The Titans reliance on their All-Pro running back, Derrick Henry, has made them less effective in the passing game. An athletic talent with the quick twitch suddenness Dotson possesses, can attack from anywhere on the field and help balance Tennessee's one-note offense.
Georgia could become the Linebacker U of this era of college football, and Dean is the latest model on Georgia's showroom floor. Not imposing in size, but Dean is everywhere on the field. Goes sideline to sideline as good as anyone, and would fit in very well in Mike Vrabel's defensive unit.
Bell came into 2021 with a lot of hope and expectations after a couple of promising years as an underclassman, and the Boilermaker has lived up to the billing. Bell earned 77.3 and 76.2 PFF grades as a true freshman and sophomore, and he currently has an 87.6 mark with just a couple of games left in his 2021 campaign. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound wide receiver has fared far better going up against single coverage this season while maintaining his strong play in tight coverage and top-notch body control. Bell has also been more of a threat after the catch with 25 broken tackles on 86 receptions.
Dean, who plays with infectious energy levels and physicality, is the leader of the vaunted Georgia defense that has surrendered an FBS-leading 7.6 points per game. He has had a standout junior season, racking up 51 tackles, 4.5 sacks and two interceptions. While his size won't clear the thresholds for some teams -- he's 6 feet, 225 pounds -- he's the exact type of versatile option the Titans need in the middle of their defense.