This year’s draft class is shaping up to be one for the ages. The class is deep at quarterback, running back, pass rusher, and defensive back. It is somewhat shallow at wide receiver and offensive lineman, but still this class has an abundance of difference makers.
The upside in this is the Titans have two first round picks. The downside is the Titans don’t have a second round pick, where some of those difference makers will still be available. I’ve put together a list of colleges and players from those colleges that the Titans and their scouts should be paying close attention to. My favorites are listed in bold lettering.
Marion Humphrey, Jonathan Allen (DE), Rueben Foster (ILB), Tim Williams (OLB), Eddie Jackson (S), Dalvin Tomlinson (DT).
Marshon Lattimore (CB), Malik Hooker (S), Raekwon McMillan (ILB), Pat Elfein (C/G), Gareon Conley (CB).
Jamal Adams (S), Tra’Davious White (CB), Malachi Dupre (WR), Travin Dural (WR), Davon Godchaux (DT/DE).
Mike Williams (WR), Jordan Leggett (TE), Cordrea Tankersley (CB), Carlos Watkins (DT), Christian Wilkins (DT).
Jalen Tabor (CB), Jarred Davis (ILB), Quincy Wilson (CB), Marcus Maye (S), Caleb Brantley (DT), Alex Anzalone (ILB).
Jabrill Peppers (S), Jake Butt (TE), Jourdan Lewis (CB), Chris Wormley (DT/DE), Jehu Chesson (WR), Taco Charlton (DE).
Note these are colleges with multiple talents the Titans could look at for draft day, so of course there many others, I just tried picking out the colleges that have the most talent at positions the Titans have a need.