The Tennessee Titans hold the No. 5 pick in the draft thanks to last year's trade with the Los Angeles Rams, putting them in prime position to draft a real impact player. Tennessee also holds the No. 18 pick after a successful season that nearly resulted in a playoff berth, but for now, we're just going to focus on their options at No. 5. Here are the three players they are the most likely to take with that pick:
1) Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State
Even with the addition of Logan Ryan and Johnathan Cyprien, the Titans could still upgrade their secondary. In a loaded corner class, Lattimore is at the top. He still has plenty of room to grow, too, meaning he could be Tennessee's No. 1 corner for the next decade.
2) Jamal Adams, S, LSU
Adams will be the pick if he's still on the board, but that is not expected. He would step right in and immediately be the playmaker that this defense needs, and he'd be a good fit next to Kevin Byrd. There were questions about his speed after the combine, but the 4.38 40-time he put up at the combine squashed any of those concerns.
3) Mike Williams, WR, Clemson
If the Titans choose to go offense instead (this draft is loaded on defense), they will go with a wide receiver - by far their biggest need. And, with that, Williams would be the easy choice. He's a big receiver at 6-foot-4 and 220 lbs., and he has exceptional speed and strong hands. Williams is still developing as a route runner, but his upside is obvious - especially for a Tennessee team that needs a big receiver.Back to the Tennessee Titans Newsfeed