Sunday, March 13, 2022

Tennessee Titans 2022 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 5.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Tennessee Titans from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

SI - Hanson (3/11)

26. Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

Booth is an athletic, agile and scheme-diverse cornerback. Physical and willing as a run defender, he is competitive at the catch point and has outstanding hands, as this highlight reel grab demonstrates.

CBS Sports - Fornelli (3/11)

26. Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M

I was pleasantly surprised by what I saw from Green during the on-field drills at the combine. He showed the ability to change direction without losing his balance that you don't get a chance to see often on his tape as he's an interior lineman. So while he's shown to be a much better run-blocker on the interior than pass-protector, there's reason to believe he can become an all-around stud on the inside.

San Diego Union Tribune - Brown (3/10)

26. Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

David Quessenberry is a free agent and earned a pay raise this season while Taylor Lewan could end up being a cap casualty, leaving offensive tackle as a legit need. Raimann is surprisingly polished for only having two years of experience at tackle. The former tight end graded out as one of the best offensive lineman in the country last season, according to Pro Football Focus. He allowed zero pressures over his last six games of 2021.

The Draft Network - Crabbs (3/9)

26. Drake London, WR, USC

The Titans have made Harold Landry a very, very rich man. And with that in mind, the team doesn't have the same dire need at OLB as they did at the beginning of the week. As such, Tennessee instead opts for a big-bodied wide receiver who can win after the catch, win at the catch point, and bully DBs to help create explosive runs.

ESPN - McShay (3/9)

26. Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

Tennessee took 47 sacks (seventh most) last year, and center Ben Jones is a free agent. Linderbaum not only fills a need here, he also represents outstanding value. He is highly effective as a zone blocker, which would spring Derrick Henry up the middle, and he gets great leverage in pass protection, which would buy Ryan Tannehill time in the pocket. I love this fit -- but the Titans will be lucky to get Linderbaum at this point in the draft. - Zierlein (3/8)

26. Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

I see the Titans allowing Ben Jones to walk in free agency and taking their chances at finding a center in the draft. OH, LOOK -- it's the draft's best center just waiting at pick No. 26!

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (3/8)

26. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

We kick off a little wide receiver run with Treylon Burks from Arkansas. The Titans could use another weapon in the passing game, and an 11 personnel package with A.J. Brown, Julio Jones and now Burks gives the Titans a ton of ways to attack coverages. Burks might be at his best working downfield, on vertical routes along the boundary or deep overs and crosses from the slot, and would be a complement to what both Brown and Jones bring to the table for the Tennessee passing game.

Now, some are wondering about Burks after his 40-yard dash time of 4.55 seconds in Indianapolis. But two things. One, remember that he weighed in at 225, and that 40-yard dash time is impressive in that context. Two, watch him accelerate away from the Alabama secondary and ask yourself: What is more important? The speed on the track surface in Indianapolis, or the burst and acceleration away from SEC defenders in pads in a game situation?

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