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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Fry, Dec 3, 2016.
We going to have 40 threads going every time someone sees a guy they think we need?
Love this guy
no... we just cut our #2 corner with no obvious replacement. and our #1 is more of a #2.. cb first
This was the first thread started in this sub forum in about two weeks, but by all means, continue to *****.
These threads have been going for months....no matter where they are.
We get what I posted and we can get CB's in the 3rd and 4th, or FA, or make do with what we have.
Oh nos! I made @GrayGhost1951 mad! He's going back and rating me negatively because I rated him negatively. OH NOS!!!!
Yes, it happened. You are no longer a virgin.
I never get mad over silly pixels on a computer screen. Annoyed maybe...
Here are five players at positions of need the Titans could consider drafting:
Corey Davis, wide receiver, Western Michigan, senior
6-foot-3, 213 pounds
Davis was not a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, despite setting the all-time FBS career record with 5,205 receiving yards and leading the country with 18 touchdowns this season. But he’s the top-rated senior prospect at his position, according to nfldraftscout.com. The analytics website Pro Football Focus also touts Davis for his size, route-running ability, competitiveness going after the ball and exceptional blocking ability, which will greatly appeal to the Titans’ coaching staff. Davis would simultaneously boost the passing attack and bolster the run-first offense.
Reuben Foster, inside linebacker, Alabama, senior
6-1, 236 pounds
The Butkus Award finalist could be the top linebacker drafted after recording 83 tackles, including 9.5 for loss and two sacks with the top-ranked Crimson Tide. He is by far the team’s leading tackler, and has demonstrated additional toughness and reliability by playing with a chipped bone in his left hand. PFF cites Foster for his “incredible range against both the run and pass,” which would serve the Titans well. They’ve struggled defending short and intermediate passes in the middle of the field.
Desmond King, cornerback, Iowa, senior
5-11, 200 pounds
King was last season’s Thorpe Award winner as the nation’s top defensive back. King has limited quarterbacks to a passer rating below 60 when targeting him in each of his three seasons, per PFF, which has him giving up just 79 catches on 172 targets in his career. He’s also recorded 13 interceptions and 24 pass breakups. King serves as Iowa’s primary kickoff and punt returner, as well, and ranks among Big Ten leaders in both categories this season.
Cordrea Tankersley, cornerback, Clemson, senior
6-1, 200 pounds
Clemson’s lone starting defensive back to return from last year’s team, which reached the national championship game, Tankersley possesses desirable height and length and enviable man coverage skills, with the potential to develop into a shutdown corner. Tarkersley led the Tigers with five interceptions last season, and while his senior season statistics are less impressive, opponents have shied away from throwing in his direction. He’s allowed just 23 catches for 236 yards and a touchdown this season, according to PFF, while adding one pick and six pass deflections.
Mike Williams, wide receiver, Clemson, junior
6-3, 225 pounds
Williams returned in stellar fashion from a fractured neck that cost him the 2015 season, catching 79 passes for 1,114 yards and 10 touchdowns during the regular season. He’s big, strong, fast and agile, exhibiting all the attributes necessary for his star to continue rising at the next level. Williams has drawn comparisons to fellow one-time Clemson receivers Sammy Watkins and DeAndre Hopkins