25: Harold Landry, Edge, Boston College
Landry remains the most mocked guy to the Titans at No. 25. I really don’t understand why analysts have him going so low — pass rushers like this don’t stay on the board very long. Maybe it’s purely medical, but I’m still guessing Landry rises before it’s all said and done.
All of that being said, I’d take him and run if possible. He’d be a grand slam.
57: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP
It’s a pretty good year to need a guard and the Titans might need one. We’re still waiting to see what happens with Josh Kline. Regardless, Tennessee could use some competition or an upgrade on the interior. They took a clear step back last year.
Hernandez is a guy that had a really solid week at the Senior Bowl. Jon Robinson will love the fact that he was a four year starter, too. He’s a guy that can move around a little bit and may be just what the Titans are looking for in their new zone blocking scheme.
89: Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame
Everyone wants another receiver, it seems. While I’m not totally sold that the Titans need another big time threat, I’m sure that they need some depth. St. Brown is a 6-5 body that could backup Rishard Matthews and Corey Davis on the outside.
125: Jaylen Samuels, RB, N.C State
Samuels is listed as a tight end in the mock, but he’s really going to have to be a running back. At 5-11, 220 pounds, he just doesn’t have the body to be a tight end at the next level. What he can be for the Titans is a pass catching, third down weapon. If they’re going to roll with Derrick Henry next season, Jon Robinson has to find a guy that can help out on 3rd downs.
Jon Ledyard spoke about Samuels last night on the Locked on Titans Podcast.