Our final grades for the Titans' 2017 NFL draft class.
The Titans spent a couple years’ worth of drafts finding their QB and getting their offensive line in order. This time around, they heavily went after help for the passing attack. Advantage: Marcus Mariota, who now has dynamic WR Corey Davis (pick No. 5), Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor (No. 72) and the Delanie Walker-like Jonnu Smith (No. 100) at his disposal. Cornerback was the other big need for Tennessee, so it used pick No. 18 on Adoree Jackson, who can be a chip for both offense and special teams but is in need of extensive development as a DB. A reach, per our board. No coverage concerns with fifth-round LB Jayon Brown (No. 155). He’s a potential special-teams dynamo who can help in sub-packages.