Tennessee Titans Mock Draft – 7 Rounds

Tennessee Titans Mock Draft – 7 Rounds
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Here is a 7 round Tennessee Titans mock draft for 2022.

Using our mock draft simulator, here is a look at who the Tennessee Titans might consider selecting in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Even though this does not include trades it does give an indication as to who may be available when the Titans pick.

So here it is – your Tennessee Titans Mock Draft.

Round 1: Pick 26 – ZION JOHNSON – IOL – BOSTON COLLEGE

If there’s one player the Titans will surely be hoping falls to them in the first round, it’s Zion Johnson. He’d be an immediate upgrade at one of their guard spots and could get them out of a game at tackle if needed as well.

Round 3: Pick 90 – CHANNING TINDALL – LB – GEORGIA

Channing Tindall is a physical, aggressive linebacker who loves to get involved in the play and make tackles. Remind you of anyone? A certain Titans Head Coach who was drafted 91st overall in 1997 maybe?

Could Mike Vrabel be just the right Coach to help develop Channing Tindall into the type of player he was?

Round 4: Pick 131 – AMARE BARNO – EDGE – VIRGINIA TECH

Harold Landry and Bud Dupree are ensconced as the Titans starting edge rushers but adding depth is never a bad idea. Amare Barno is best suited rushing from a 2 point stance and definitely has room to develop given his newness at playing the position.

Round 4: pick 143 – GREG DULCICH – TE – UCLA

Dulcich is one of several versatile tight ends in the 2022 draft and the Titans don’t have anyone of note beyond Austin Hooper at the position. His ability to catch the ball, particularly on short-to-intermediate routes under pressure from defenders will appeal.

Round 5: pick 169 – DAMARRI MATHIS – CB – PITTSBURGH

As a Special Teams ace and potential to play some slot coverage roles, Damarri Mathis has a lot of traits that the Titans look for at this point of the draft.

Round 6: Pick 204 – DAI’JEAN DIXON – WR – NICHOLLS STATE

The trade for Robert Woods took wide receiver off the top of the Titans team needs list. But the 6’3, small school receiver Dixon would give them a developmental prospect to work with for the future.

Round 7: Pick 219 – NICK ZAKELJ – OT – FORDHAM

Zakelj is an experienced starter, and while the step up from the FCS will be significant he’s worth taking a flyer on at this point.

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