There's a high probability the Titans will take one of the top corners with the 5th overall pick. However, this doesn't mean the Titans wont give consideration to selecting another corner with the 18th pick, in a draft rich with defensive backs.
The top names that will likely be available are Quincey Wilson, and Jourdan Lewis. Wilson has the size, and speed to also be utilized as a safety at the next level, which is another depth need for the Titans entering the draft. Lewis isn't of the same build as Wilson, but he does possess the talent to be a solid 2CB at the next level.
Tennessee may get lucky, because Reuben Foster is sliding further down my big board rankings following his horrible interview at the combine. Foster would obviously give the Titans' linebacking core an immediate upgrade.
Another name that may be availble is Haason Reddick, who might be the most NFL ready linebacker in the draft. Riddick would also give the Titans' linebacking core an immediate upgrade. With Foster sliding down a lot of teams' draft boards, it's not impossible to consider that Riddick may get drafted before Foster. Either way, the Titans address a major need entering the draft.
Tennesse also has to upgrade their receiving core. The problem here is that the top three receivers will be off the board, meaning the Titans would be making a huge reach in selecting either Zay Jones, or Cooper Kupp.
Both Jones, and Kupp are not considered 1st round picks, but both should be drafted by the middle of the 2nd round. This means the Titans will likely go defense with the 18th overall pick.
Another possibility here is the Titans trade out of the 18th slot. If they covet a receiver, or adding more picks, the Titans might consider trading down. Tennesse could select any of the following defensive backs, while also adding additional picks: Bubba Baker, Gereon Conley, Adoree Jackson, and Obi Melifonwu. They could also target receivers Jones, or Kupp while adding additional picks.
If you were the GM of the Tennessee Titans, who would you pick?
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