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Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup 3.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Tennessee Titans from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Titans:

EDSFootball - Hanson (1/1)

25. Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia

Only a redshirt sophomore, Ojulari is an ascending prospect with a chance to go (potentially much) higher than this. Ojulari has tremendous bend and burst and has lead the team sacks and QB hits in each of the past two seasons.

While teams can never have too many pass-rushers, the Titans rank last in the NFL in sacks (15) heading into Week 17. Five teams have three times as many and more than half the league (18 teams) have more than double that total.

San Diego Union Tribune (12/31)

24. Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest

The Titans are last in the NFL with 15 sacks this season. Basham is a strong, athletic, productive pass rusher who can disrupt an offense. He had 11 sacks and 18 tackles for loss as a first-team All-ACC selection in 2019 and opened 2020 with a sack in each of his first five games.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (12/31)

25. Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU

There were few bright spots for LSU this season. After reaching the summit of the college football world two seasons ago, the Tigers limped to a 5-5 record and self-imposed sanctions on themselves from appearing in a bowl game due to Odell Beckham Jr.'s decision to hand out cash to players after the championship game.

Perhaps one of the few positives from the Tigers this year was the play of wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. With Justin Jefferson in the NFL and Ja'Marr Chase opting out, Marshall got the chance to shine for the Tigers' passing game. Playing in just seven games, Marhsall set career highs in receptions and yards, and caught 10 touchdown passes. He can play on the inside and on the outside, has ideal size and technical skills, and his versatility makes him a fit in almost any offense. The Titans have decisions to make about Corey Davis, but adding Marshall to their receiver room makes this offense more dangerous in the passing game.

PFF - Gayle (12/29)

25. Jayson Oweh, EDGE, Penn State

One of several developmental edge prospects in this class, Oweh is athletic and bendy for the position but lacks high-end collegiate production. He earned just an 81.8 PFF pass-rushing grade in 2019 and an 80.3 PFF pass-rushing grade in 2020. However, he is a project worth investing in the back end of the first round for a Titans team in desperate need of some juice along the edge.

CBS Sports - Wilson (12/29)

25. Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami (FL)

The Titans have 14 sacks this season. By comparison, Rousseau racked up 15.5 sacks last season but opted out in 2020. He's new to the position and the question is whether he can come close to replicating that type of production at the next level.

Pro Football Network - Miller (12/26)

25. Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia

Ojulari was a surprising study. As a 240-pound defender, I did not expect someone to be so physical and aggressive against the run. This young man will take on your pulling guard with his inside shoulder, remaining parallel to the line of scrimmage, force the bounce by the back, and then run him down.

He has the rest of the tools necessary to be either a true defensive end or an outside linebacker that primarily rushes. Ojulari possesses ideal explosion and bend. If he develops, his hands could become a double-digit sack contender year after year. This is outstanding value.

PFF - Renner (12/23)

27. Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest

Jadeveon Clowney was only a one-year rental, so the Titans may want a similar defender more long-term. Basham is a mammoth base end at 6-foot-5, 285 pounds, but he inexplicably took a step back this year after racking up 112 pressures in his sophomore and junior seasons combined.

Bleacher Report - Miller (12/22)

27. Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State

The best move a front office can make is to acknowledge a mistake--and that's how last year's first-rounder, Isaiah Wilson, looks after a disastrous season. Radunz is rock-solid on and off the field and has the power to play on the right side much in the same way Jack Conklin did.

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