The 2020 NFL Draft is right around the corner, and it looks like the Tennessee Titans might have their eyes on an offensive lineman.
The Tennessee Titans are getting prepared for the 2020 NFL Draft, and they have been working out certain players and staying in contact with potential draftees.
The Titans lost offensive lineman Jack Conklin to free agency, but that doesn’t mean they are stuck without a left tackle. In response, the Titans re-signed Dennis Kelly and will probably draft another lineman or two in this year’s draft.
One lineman that the Titans have had their eye on is Dallas Warmack. If that name sounds familiar, that’s because his brother, Chance Warmack, spent some time in Nashville with the Titans.
According to Justin Melo of Draft Wire, the former Oregon Duck lineman and the Titans have been in contact. “Lots of contact” as Melo described it.
Warmack has also been in contact with the Los Angeles Chargers and met the offensive line coach of the Chicago Bears before his Pro Day, so the Titans have some pretty good competition going into this draft if they want to bring Warmack to Nashville.
Based on some recent mock drafts, it looks like the Titans will likely go after an offensive lineman in the first or second round. A lot of projections are saying that the Titans will use its first-round pick to draft a lineman.
That makes sense, and I like the idea of it, and after looking at the Titans’ general manager Jon Robinson’s draft track record, I think he has his eyes on the right guys.
Looking at all of the Titans’ needs, an offensive lineman is at the top of the list. Kelly is good enough to get by, but I don’t know if he will be able to produce at a high level for a full season.
I think that Warmack would be a good selection for the Titans, but the Titans have to be careful not to draft him too early. I don’t think he’s a top first or second-round draft pick. He’s probably a day three draft pick or day two in the final picks.
Warmack could offer much-needed depth on the offensive line for the Titans and possibly even offer more production as a starter in the next couple of years.