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A 7 round mock draft for the Tennessee Titans

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic - Clemson v Notre Dame Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images

We are now just a few days from the 2019 NFL Draft. This is the time where you start to hear all types of crazy things coming out. This is my annual reminder that you cannot believe anything anyone says from now until the end of the draft on Saturday. Take all information that you see “reported” with a grain of salt.

This morning I came across a 7-round mock draft for the Titans that Josh Norris and Evan Silva, who Trevor loves with all of his heart, put together. You can say what you want about those two guys, but there is no doubt that they put the work in on these kinds of things.

I don’t hate what they did for the Titans here, other than the fact that they didn’t take an iOL until the 6th round. The Titans might not take an iOL at 19, but I still believe there is no way they are walking away from the first 2 rounds without an iOL guy they think has a chance to start in 2019.

So, with all of that being said, here is how this 7-round mock played out for the Titans:

Round 1: Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson

Round 2: Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

Round 3: Renell Wren, DL, Arizona State

Round 4: Daylon Mack, DL, Texas A&M

Round 5: Alijah Holder, CB, Stanford

Round 6: B.J. Autry, iOL, Jacksonville State

This is an interesting haul for the Titans. I did a mock draft last night on SB Nation Radio where I took Ferrell at 19. I have been pretty consistent taking Garrett Bradbury there, but he went 18th in that mock. Ferrell is a good option for the Titans, but he doesn’t usually make it to the 19th pick. Will he on Thursday? We will shall see.

How would you feel about this haul for the Titans?