Round 1, Pick No. 19: Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
With Josh Kline and Quinton Spain no longer in the mix, there is a hole to fill at right guard where Kevin Pamphile is currently the projected starter. A replacement level player, Pamphile is better suited to serve as a versatile backup. Considering the standouts on Tennessee's offensive line, it’d be a shame for a weak link to take away from what has the foundation to be among the leagues top units.
Ford is a rare dude. He is a massive man with rare mobility for his size and the type of power expected for his frame. He can immediately step in and be a productie starter, especially given the style of offense Tennessee wants to play.
Round 2, Pick No. 51: Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State
The Titans were interested in trading for Antonio Brown and invested in Adam Humphries to bolster the receiving corps, providing clear indication that Tennessee wants to improve Marcus Mariota’s weaponry in what projects to be a career-defining seasons for the former No. 2 overall pick.
Harmon is a true alpha receiver, with dominant ability at the catch point. His play strength and ability do defeat press coverage are blue chip traits, but don’t confuse him as a bad route runner who cannot separate. Harmon profiles as an early starter on the outside that can open things open for some of the twitchier receivers Tennessee features.
Round 3, Pick No. 82: D’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia
Walker broke out in his senior season at Georgia, racking up 11 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks and 4 forced fumbles. He’s a stout run defender that can be relied upon to set a firm edge and maintain his run fits. His length, flexibility and burst serves as a strong foundation to continue developing as a pass rusher. Walker has the upside to function as a standup 3-4 outside backer or stick his hand in the dirt on even fronts.
Round 4, Pick No. 121: Daylon Mack, DT, Texas A&M
The Titans need more able bodies along the defensive front and Mack provides some upside early on Day Three. A former five-star recruit, Mack emerged as a senior for the Aggies and dominated the Shrine Game, leading to the Senior Bowl call up where he also fared well. Mack is a wrecking ball run defender that can collapse the pocket on passing downs.
Round 5, Pick No. 157: Phil Haynes, IOL, Wake Forest
Haynes is one of my favorite late-round offensive line sleeper prospects in the 2019 class. He was a four-year starter for Wake Forest and illustrates really exciting play strength and sound technique. It was announced that he has been invited to the NFL Scouting Combine and while he may not be a household name, Haynes could be a riser to keep an eye on throughout the draft process.
Round 6, Pick No. 188: Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State
The Titans are set with Mariota and Tannehill with QB1 and 2 respectively, but that’s it on the current depth chart. Perhaps Tennessee will only roll with two quarterbacks on the roster come Week 1, but an arm will need to be added at some point and Rypien has some intriguing tools. While Rypien is unlikely to ever become a franchise quarterback, he should be a quality backup given his accuracy and mental processing skills.