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Todd McShay 2016 NFL Mock Draft 4.0

No changes at the top, but we get a second round to dissect this time.

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Todd McShay is staying on team Tunsil for now. He notes that fixing the offensive line is a clear need and that they must protect Marcus Mariota going forward. McShay notes that if they trade back, guys like Joey Bosa or Jalen Ramsey would be in play.

I think we heard some of this from Jon Robinson last week. A trade would be great, but he would only trade back to a certain point. There are a handful of top tier players in this class that fall off after the fourth or fifth pick, depending on who you talk to. I think pick three or four is as far back as Robinson wants to go.

McShay didn't stop after the first round this time. After projecting center prospect Ryan Kelly to the Browns at 32, McShay gave Boise State pass rusher Kamalei Correa to the Titans at pick 33.

Correa is a twitched up pass rusher that really popped on tape to me. He lacks in size and length and has some developing to do, but Correa has that quick twitch feel to him that the NFL loves. He's a guy that I think could flourish in a 3-4 edge role.

Correa would provide another pass rusher for the Titans, allowing them to be more versatile up front. Depth was a huge issue along the edges last year and a move like this would fortify that with Deiontrez Mount coming back from his injury.

McShay has the Titans passing on highly touted guys like Noah Spence and Mackensie Alexander in the second round. I was surprised to see them so low, but McShay is plugged in and has a pretty good pulse on most of these situations. If the board falls like it did in this mock, I would be surprised to see them pass on Alexander -- a guy that they have already met with.