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2017 NFL Draft Results: Titans Pick Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

The Titans add a big time weapon for Marcus Mariota.

MAC Championship - Western Michigan v Ohio Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Jon Robinson just pulled the trigger on everyone’s favorite prospect this year. Corey Davis is a Tennessee Titan. The 6-3, 209 pound receiver out of Western Michigan should be Marcus Mariota’s number one target for the next several seasons to come.

Literally no player has ever amassed more receiving yards than Corey Davis in the history of the NCAA. His 5,285 yards rank first in the NCAA record books. Davis put up 1,500 yards in 2016 alone, hauling in 19 touchdowns in the process (tied for first in the nation).

He wins with routes, flashes deep speed on tape and will physically out-will you for the football. He’s a willing and effective blocker, which I’m sure is a big part of why the Titans opted for Davis.

We’ve been all over him from the start, calling him the perfect fit for the Titans back in January.

Davis is the 11th ranked player on Mocking The Draft’s big board.

This from SBNation’s own, Stephen White.

Gotta say, I don't even think Laquon Treadwell last year gave as many guys the business after catching the football as I saw Davis dish out in five games. What I love about Davis is that he tries to be the hammer rather than the nail in just about every situation.

He’s absolutely nasty with the ball in his hands. You’ll see him throw stiff arms and try to throw defenders into the dirt. He brings a certain attitude to the offense. The anti-Justin Hunter if you will.


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Tennessee Titans Remaining Draft Picks

1st Round: 18th overall

3rd Round: 83rd overall

3rd Round: 100th overall

4th Round: 124th overall

5th Round: 164th overall

6th Round: 214th overall

7th Round: 236th overall

(Full 2017 NFL Draft Order Here)

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2017 NFL Draft TV Schedule

Thursday, April 27 – 7:00 p.m. CT (Round 1 – 10 Minutes Per Pick)

Friday, April 28 – 6 p.m. CT (Round 2 – 7 Minutes, Round 3 – 5 Minutes Per Pick)

Saturday, April 29 – 11 a.m. CT (Rounds 4-6 – 5 Minutes Per Pick, Round 7 - 4 Minutes Per Pick)

NFL Network and ESPN/ESPN2 will televise the draft.