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Titans Focus on Strength and Depth in the 2024 NFL Draft


The 2024 NFL Draft just wrapped up, and I'm buzzing with excitement about our picks this year. Let's dive into the fresh talents joining our squad, breaking down what each can potentially bring to this rebuild.


First Round, Pick No. 7: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Kicking things off, we snagged JC Latham out of Alabama with the seventh overall pick. I'm stoked about this addition! Coming from a powerhouse program, Latham has the size, strength, and skills to potentially anchor our offensive line for years. Imagine the protection he can offer our QB and the lanes he could open up for our running game. This guy's a brick wall, and defenses will have a tough time getting around him.


Second Round, Pick No. 38: T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

Next up, we grabbed T'Vondre Sweat from Texas in the second round. This defensive tackle is a beast in the trenches. With his impressive ability to disrupt plays and a motor that just won’t quit, Sweat could very well become the nightmare that opposing quarterbacks dread. I'm looking forward to seeing him stuff the run and put pressure up the middle – exactly what we need to bolster our defensive line.


Fourth Round, Pick No. 106: Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

In the fourth round, Cedric Gray from North Carolina joined the team. This linebacker is all about agility and has a knack for being exactly where the ball is. Gray's versatility in coverage and his tackling prowess should make him a valuable asset in our defensive schemes. I can’t wait to see him flying around the field, making key plays when we most need them.


Fifth Round, Pick No. 146: Jarvis Brownlee Jr, CB, Louisville

With the 146th pick, we brought in Jarvis Brownlee Jr, a cornerback from Louisville. Brownlee has shown some serious skills in man coverage and brings a competitive edge that could really elevate our secondary. His ability to break up passes and his tenacity on the field are exactly what you want in a corner. Here’s hoping he locks down receivers and shuts down big plays.



Sixth Round, Pick No. 182: Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane

From Tulane, we picked up Jha’Quan Jackson, a wide receiver who might just be the sleeper of this draft. Jackson's speed and ability to make plays after the catch could make him a valuable weapon in our offensive arsenal. As he develops and gains chemistry with our QB, I believe he could turn into a significant playmaker.


Seventh Round, Pick No. 242: James Williams, S, Miami

Coming in from Miami, safety James Williams was our first pick in the seventh round. Williams has shown he can be a solid contributor on special teams and has the potential to develop into a more prominent role within our defensive backfield. His hard-hitting style and knack for being around the ball will make him someone to keep an eye on during training camp and beyond.


Seventh Round, Pick No. 252: Jaylen Harrell, EDGE, Michigan

Last but not least, we picked up Jaylen Harrell, an EDGE rusher from Michigan. Harrell has the tools to become a key rotational player on our defensive line, providing fresh legs and pressure that could be crucial in late-game situations. His ability to chase down quarterbacks and disrupt offensive rhythms could make him a fan favorite soon.


Overall, I’m thrilled with our draft haul this year. Each of these guys brings something special to the table, and I can't wait to see them suit up in Two Tone Blue. Here’s to hoping they all live up to their potential and help make this team a force to deal with.


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