The Titans traded up for the 3rd time this weekend, once again dealing with the Baltimore Ravens. They gave up the 162nd and 215th pick for the 152nd pick.
We have traded No. 152 to Tennessee for Nos. 162 (fifth) and 215 (sixth).— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 28, 2018
With their pick at 152, the Titans took Dane Cruikshank — a safety from Arizona. Cruikshank had 75 tackles and three interceptions during the 2017 season. He’s known for his ability to come downhill and play the run.
The 6-1, 209 pound safety projects as immediate depth behind Johnathan Cyprien and Kevin Byard. Cruikshank was one of the Titans’ 30 official private visits.
He’s quite the athlete, too.
Dane Cruikshank has one of the highest #RAS of the draft class, and the highest for any likely to be drafted corner. Great size, speed, and explosion should get him views at corner first, but he may ultimately land at safety in the pros. pic.twitter.com/jEIVHdTDX6— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) April 13, 2018
Round 6; Pick 199