Tennessee Titans Mock Draft Roundup 3.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2023 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:

CBS Sports - Stackpole (1/13)

11. Jordan Addison, WR, USC

The Titans have shown they're not willing to pay top dollar at wide receiver (see: A.J. Brown), and while they took Treylon Burks 18th overall last April, they still need more firepower in the passing game. Jordan Addison's pristine route-running and ability to gain consistent separation will complement Burks' style well.

San Diego Union Tribune - Brown (1/12)

11. Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State

The Titans recently fired GM Jon Robinson, so I'll have to re-calibrate my approach once they find a long-term replacement, but the new hire will have to address a porous pass defense, a lack of offensive weapons and a brittle offensive line. Johnson could very well end up in the top-10 depending on how the draft order shakes out. He was the nation's top-ranked offensive tackle prospect in the 2020 recruiting class and has thrived at both left tackle and right guard for the Buckeyes.

NBC Sports Chicago - Morgan (1/12)

11. Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU

Johnston is a legit aerial weapon with long striding acceleration, above average leaping ability and an impressive catching radius. As a boundary receiver, Johnston possesses NFL caliber size (6-foot-4, 212 pounds) and speed (4.4 40-time) that should threaten opposing teams' coverage schemes. During the Big 12 Championship and the Fiesta Bowl, Johnston dominated the defensive backs covering him, tallying 302 receiving yards on 10 catches including a 76 yard touchdown reception.

Yahoo! Sports - McDonald (1/11)

11. Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern

The Titans could use some insurance at tackle, depending on what happens with Taylor Lewan. They can cut him rather easily and they need a long-term left tackle to replace him at some point. Skoronski can be that guy for them.

Walter Football (1/11)

11. Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern

Taylor Lewan is a 32-year-old coming off a knee injury. He's also due $14.8 million next season in what happens to be his contract year. I imagine the Titans will want to find help with their poor blocking.

Peter Skoronski is an athletic tackle who has kept his quarterback clean. He can play center as well.

CBS Sports - Trapasso (1/11)

11. O'Cyrus Torrence, IOL, Florida

The Titans need to bolster the offensive line, and Torrence looks like the physical specimen at guard who could ultimately land this high. His run-blocking prowess will pique the interest of Tennessee's coaching staff.

USA Today - MMS (1/10)

11. Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State

Jon Robinson's midseason firing has to be a harbinger of a more widespread shake-up for a franchise that just a year ago was the AFC's No. 1 seed in the playoffs. No matter the form or extent of the rebuild, significant work needs to be done to a crumbling offensive front, especially if the team dumps longtime left tackle Taylor Lewan in a cost-saving move. An astute run blocker with the athleticism to become a top-flight pass protector, Johnson should be an attractive building block for fellow former Buckeye Mike Vrabel.

Bleacher Report (1/9)

11. Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern

The Tennessee Titans know exactly who they are. They're going to run the ball, play stout defense and excel with their understanding of fundamentals and situational football.

Without the possibility of drafting one of the top three quarterbacks not on the table in this scenario as Ryan Tannehill's future with the franchise hangs in the balance, the next best option is to address a disappointing offensive front.

Northwestern's Peter Skoronski could easily be the class' highest-rated offensive tackle or guard prospect. His standing depends purely on each team's draft board and how they project their blockers. For Tennessee, his positional designation doesn't really matter.

"Tennessee would land arguably the class' most polished blocker outside of the top 10 for a line in desperate need of an upgrade at multiple positions," Thorn stated. "Skoronski is an experienced, proven starter at left tackle with very good quickness, understanding of leverage and overall technique. He can fill in on the blindside if the organization parts ways with Taylor Lewan or even kick inside and play guard or center.

"For a team that needs to solidify the offensive line with a high-floor, dependable player, Skoronski is the draft's best option."

The Titans can save $14.8 million by releasing Lewan, which will create significant concerns on the left side of the ball. Skoronski is an immediate answer to provide an anchor on the blindside for whoever starts behind center next fall.

The 33rd Team (1/9)

11. Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia

Taylor Lewan has struggled to stay healthy for the Titans , and the 6-foot-4, 315-pound Jones plays with a physical edge that should fit right in with coach Mike Vrabel.

PFF - Renner (1/9)

11. Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State

With injuries having piled up over the years, there's no certainty that the 31-year-old Taylor Lewan will be back in a Titans uniform next season. Johnson could rejoin former college linemate Nicholas Petit-Frere as the bookend tackles for Tennessee next season. In Johnson's first year as the Buckeyes' starting left tackle, he allowed only 14 pressures on 449 pass-blocking snaps.

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