The Tennessee Titans might’ve dominated another NFL Draft, and USA Today’s Draft Wire has named Kristian Fulton a steal for the Titans.
When you look at the Tennessee Titans’ 2020 Draft Class, it looks like the Titans might’ve dominated another NFL Draft under general manager Jon Robinson.
One player that has been labeled a steal by USA Today’s Draft Wire is cornerback, Kristian Fulton, out of LSU. He was the No. 61 pick in the second-round and regarded by many to be a steal for the Titans since he was graded as a first-rounder, for the most part.
Robinson had the opportunity to draft Fulton in the first-round since he was highly graded, but he took offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson instead and got Fulton in round two.
Luke Easterling of USA Today’s Touchdown Wire listed every NFL team’s biggest steal in the draft, and unsurprisingly Fulton was the Titans’ biggest steal in the 2020 draft.
Fulton was a big part of LSU’s National Championship run and was a member of the elite defense and secondary for the Tigers.
As a senior, he was recognized as one of the best cornerbacks in the country. The Associated Press named him a second-team All-SEC player and graded out as one of the nation’s top cornerbacks in 2019. He finished his LSU career with 65 tackles, 25 passes defended and two interceptions.
You have to tip your cap to Robinson for once again putting together what looks to be another solid draft class to continue building the Titans and giving them an opportunity to compete with the best teams in the NFL for the next few years.
We might not have to wait too long to see Fulton get some meaningful minutes for the Titans. With Logan Ryan not returning to Nashville for the 2020 season, that spot is open, and it could very well be Fulton’s to take.