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Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup 6.0

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.

SI - Kevin Hanson (4/1)

26. Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

Lloyd is a do-it-all linebacker who stuffed the stat sheet last season with 110 tackles, 22 TFLs, eight sacks and four interceptions (including two returned for scores). The rangy former high school safety is instinctive dropping in coverage with the size and length (33" arms) to match up with tight ends, and has outstanding ball skills.

CBS Sports - Kyle Stackpole (4/1)

26. Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

Getting Lloyd here would be a steal for the Titans. He excels in every facet of the position -- just look up his stats from this past season at Utah -- and would fit right in with Tennessee's stout front seven.

Yahoo! Sports - Eric Edholm (3/31)

26. Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M

The Titans have needs at guard and tackle, so why not get a player who has played both spots? Green is a de-cleater who can bring some big power to the party, which just feels like a good fit for a Mike Vrabel team. We like Green best inside, but he's perfectly solid at tackle.

A wide receiver makes sense, too, but Green is good value here.

ESPN - Mike Tannenbaum (3/30)

26. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

The Titans released Julio Jones. They traded for Robert Woods, but he is returning from a knee injury. A.J. Brown is entering a contract year. You get the point. The team has a lot of questions at the receiver position. Burks is 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds, and he plays a physical style. Ryan Tannehill would love to have someone like him in the red zone, and I think he's a perfect fit for the Titans.

NFL.com - Bucky Brooks (3/29)

26. Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M

Green is a bully-ball specialist with the movement skills and road-grading ability to clear the path for Derrick Henry between the tackles.

The Draft Network - Brentley Weissman (3/28)

26. Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

The Titans are consistently the hardest team to project. Ideally, a tackle, tight end, or even a wide receiver would be worthy of a pick here but the draft just didn't shake out that way. This could be a prime trade-down spot, but since I am not doing trades in this version, I'll have to draft the best player available and that's linebacker Devin Lloyd.

Lloyd is a long and instinctive linebacker who offers three-down ability as an effective player against the run and pass. I know Titans fans love them some Zach Cunningham but Lloyd is a significantly better player.

The Athletic - Beat Writer Mock (3/28)

26. Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

Joe Rexrode: Offensive line and receiver are the Titans' top two needs, even with the trade for Robert Woods, and plenty of both are off the board. But Watson fits perfectly. This offense badly needs speed, and he ran a 4.36 at the combine. This offense -- as Mike Vrabel frequently makes clear -- values receivers who block, and the 6-5, 208-pound Watson has a reputation as a physical hunter of defensive backs. The Titans also have some extra in-house intel on him with former teammate Dillon Radunz. With A.J. Brown, Woods and Watson, the Titans have the potential for a potent trio on the outside.

Brugler: I wouldn't be too shocked if Watson crashes the first round, because teams love size and speed at receiver. But I am surprised to see him taken ahead of Jahan Dotson, who is much more NFL-ready and proven as a pass catcher. If Watson goes this high, the coaches must be sold on his upside, because right now he is very raw as a route runner, and there will be an adjustment period waiting for him in the NFL. In a lot of ways, Watson reminds me of a faster Josh Reynolds, whom the Titans released last season.

PFF - Austin Gayle (3/28)

26. Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

Linderbaum finished the 2021 season as PFF's highest-graded interior offensive lineman and the top-ranked interior offensive lineman expected to enter the 2022 NFL Draft. He'll likely slip in the first round due to positional value, but I doubt he gets past Tennessee at Pick No. 26.

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