Thursday, April 14, 2022

Tennessee Titans 2022 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 7.0

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.

ESPN - Mel Kiper (4/13)

26. Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

The Titans need to get faster at receiver next to A.J. Brown. That's not Robert Woods' game. Dotson, who ran a 4.43 40 at the combine, caught 91 passes last season, 33 coming from the slot. He would give Ryan Tannehill more easy throws because he can scoot after the catch. Tennessee could also target the best offensive lineman available with this pick. On my board, that would be center Tyler Linderbaum (Iowa), and he could play some guard.

The Draft Network - Keith Sanchez (4/13)

26. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Last year, the Titans tried the Julio Jones project and it just didn't simply work out. This year, if they still want to contend for a Super Bowl run they need another receiving option. So with this pick, they draft Treylon Burks. Burks is a big receiver that excels at making contested catches down the field and should give Tannehill another option in the red zone. - Lance Zierlein (4/12)

26. Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

Lloyd could be targeted well before this, but if he's still on the board, he's a better option than what the Titans have currently. He's a Mike Vrabel-level tough guy.

CBS Sports - Will Brinson (4/12)

26. Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati

This would be a pretty shocking pick but Ryan Tannehill isn't exactly young and Ridder's style of play could absolutely work in this offensive system.

PFF - Anthony Treash (4/11)

26. Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

The highest-graded wide receiver of the 2021 college football season wasn't any of the Power Five top prospects -- it was Western Michigan's Skyy Moore.

The 5-foot-10, 195-pound receiver's 26 broken tackles after the catch tied for the most among wide receivers in 2021, and he ranked in the 95th percentile in separation percentage. Despite his smaller stature, Moore had no issue handling press coverage on the outside, ranking top-five in yards per route run on those reps last season at 3.58. The cherry on top is his strong hands -- the Western Michigan pass-catcher checked in with the largest hands of anyone at the Combine (10.25 inches) and dropped just three of his 125 targets in 2021 while catching eight of his 13 contested opportunities.

ESPN - Jordan Reid (4/11)

26. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Burks is a jack-of-all-trades player who can thrive in many roles. After playing everything except offensive line as a sophomore at Arkansas, he gained more experience on the perimeter, showing flashes of his potential if he played solely as a receiver.

Tennessee has the exact type of offensive coordinator Burks will need in order to take advantage of his skill set. The Titans should upgrade the wide receiver room, and Burks has the traits to become a great option with Ryan Tannehill's playing style.

CBS Sports - Ryan Wilson (4/11)

26. Tyler Smith, IOL, Tulsa

Some NFL teams like Smith's upside enough to consider him in Round 1. We have a second-round grade on him but, either way, he had an impressive season at Tulsa where he was dominant run blocker who'll need to refine his pass sets, but he certainly has the athleticism to do it.

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