Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Way-too-early Tennessee Titans 2025 NFL mock draft roundup

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2025 NFL Draft, we will update our Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Tennessee Titans from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Titans:

Fox Sports - Rob Rang (5/3)

5. Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

Year in and year out, the Buckeyes churn out first-round-caliber wide receivers and the pipeline will continue in 2025 with the powerful 6-foot-1, 205-pound Egbuka, who caught 10 touchdowns and registered 1,051 yards while serving as the second option behind Marvin Harrison, Jr. Already productive, Egbuka's numbers could explode in 2024.

ESPN - Jordan Reid (5/2)

TRADE - 10. Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri

With DeAndre Hopkins entering the final year of his contract, finding a young receiver to play opposite Calvin Ridley makes sense. Burden is an explosive tackle-breaker. His 32 forced missed tackles was the fifth most among all FBS receivers last season, and his 710 yards after the catch (out of 1,212 total receiving yards) ranked third.

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San Diego Union-Tribune - Eddie Brown (5/2)

3. Mykel Williams, EDGE, Georgia

The Titans will face CJ Stroud, Trevor Lawrence and Anthony Richardson twice a year for the foreseeable future. A former five-star recruit, Williams hasn't put it all together yet, but it doesn't take a lot of imagination to foresee him traveling a similar path to the pros as former Bulldogs pass rusher (and No. 1 overall pick) Travon Walker.

The Athletic - Dane Brugler (4/30)

2. Carson Beck, QB, Georgia

If the Titans are drafting this high next April, the organization might be re-examining its quarterback situation.

In his first year as a starter, Beck got consistently better with each performance and put some beautiful throws on tape. He enters the season as the quarterback scouts like the most.

PFF - Max Chadwick (4/29)

4. Will Johnson, CB, Michigan

Tennessee selects the top cornerback in the draft, Michigan's Will Johnson. Johnson has been incredible in Ann Arbor, shutting down some of the best receivers in the country. He has earned a fantastic 86.3 single-coverage grade over the last two years.

The 33rd Team - Marcus Mosher (4/29)

5. Travis Hunter, CB/WR, Colorado

Travis Hunter is one of the most exciting players in the country and has the chance to be the league's first full-time two-way player since his college coach, Deion Sanders. Hunter is likely to spend most of his NFL career at cornerback, but he is such a dynamic weapon on offense that he should see 5-7 touches on that side of the ball every week.

USA Today - Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz (4/28)

7. Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri

Measuring in at a squat 5-11 and 208 pounds, Burden sizes up far differently than the prototypical receivers taken in the top 10 picks this year. But there's no denying how easily he can strain a defense, particularly with his run-after-catch prowess. The Titans seem likely to still be focused next year on easing the burden on Will Levis, and the quarterback would have a very favorable setup if he can throw to Burden and Calvin Ridley for the foreseeable future.

CBS Sports - Ryan Wilson (4/28)

2. Travis Hunter, CB/WR, Colorado

Imagine if I told you five years ago that not only would Colorado have two players drafted in the first round, but they'd have a chance to be top-10 picks. Hunter is a special talent who looks like an NFL star on both sides of the ball.

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