Short Snapshots: The Will Levis Dilemma

As the NFL Draft progresses, it is not uncommon for unexpected things to happen. As of just one day ago, Will Levis was thought to be a potential Top 5 pick as he had become the Vegas betting favorite to go second overall. However, as the first round of the draft passed, Levis shockingly remained undrafted.

For many teams, trading up to draft a quarterback in the second round can be a tricky decision, but for the Tennessee Titans, it might be the perfect opportunity to solve their quarterback dilemma for the upcoming season and perhaps beyond.

Although some fans and may have been hesitant to draft Levis as a top pick in the draft, he still has the potential to develop into a very good game managing Quarterback, making him an excellent prospect for a second-round pick. If Levis is still available when the Titans are on the clock, or if it takes trading up in the second round to draft him, it might be wise to take a chance on him.

Looking ahead to the next season, it is uncertain what the Titans’ quarterback situation will look like. Ryan Tannehill will be 35 years old, and his time in Tennessee might be coming to an end. If Levis is drafted this season, he will have a year to learn from Tannehill and prepare himself for the starting role in the future, which would be very valuable for a player like Levis. He has proven himself to be a talented quarterback during his time at Kentucky, and being drafted in the second round while getting a chance to sit behind a veteran like Tannehill would be an excellent opportunity for him to continue his growth as a player. With no immediate pressure to perform as a starter, Levis could focus on learning and developing his skills, ultimately making him a more prepared Quarterback and a valuable asset for the Titans.

Moreover, and perhaps most important, drafting Levis would solve the Titans’ quarterback issues for next season. By having a young and talented quarterback like Levis on his rookie contract, the Titans could allocate their resources to other areas of need on the team.

The decision to draft Will Levis in the second round might be the best move for the Tennessee Titans. By drafting him, the Titans could solve their quarterback issues for the upcoming season while also securing a valuable asset for the future. Although Levis was not the top pick many expected him to be, he still has solid upside as a second-round pick, making him a worthy investment for any team looking for a quarterback of the future.

Top Targets for the Tennessee Titans: Best Available Players after Day One of Free Agency

As the dust settles on the first day of free agency, The Tennessee Titans made a single, somewhat modest move to sign Andre Dillard. This move could prove to be a good one for the Titans, as Dillard’s versatility and upside make him a valuable addition to the roster. Though he’s primarily played at left tackle, Dillard’s short but overall solid stint in the NFL has seen him take on every position along the offensive line, with the exception of center. While there were rumors that he was brought in to replace Nate Davis at right guard, it’s widely believed that he’ll be anchoring the left tackle spot – at least for the time being.

However, as we delve deeper into the Titans’ current state, it’s clear that they have several areas of need. Titans fans should keep in mind that not all of these needs will be met through free agency, but the team will certainly aim to address some – if not most – of these issues come draft day:

Biggest positions of need:

  • LG
  • RG
  • C (Assuming Brewer is not resigned)
  • WR
  • CB
  • MLB

Offensive Guard:

It’s clear that the Titan’s offense very much relies on the success and performance of their offensive line. In recent years, this unit has been a glaring weakness that has held the team back. This offseason presents a prime opportunity for them to invest in this critical area, and doing so could pay dividends in unlocking the full potential of their explosive offense led by the indomitable Derrick Henry.

  1. (Steelers) Isaac Seumalo
  2. Dalton Risner
  3. (Steelers) Nate Herbig
  4. (Cardinals) Will Hernandez
  5. (Lions) Graham Glasgow (Also Center)
  6. Trai Turner
  7. (Seahawks) Evan Brown (Also Center)
  8. (Bengals) Max Scharping
  9. (Cardinals) Elijah Wilkinson
  10. (Jets) Wes Schweitzer (Also Center)
  11. (Bills) David Edwards
  12. (Rams) Coleman Shelton (Also Center)
  13. Billy Price (Also Center)

Wide Receiver:

As the Tennessee Titans gear up for the upcoming NFL season, they boast a subpar receiving corps featuring big-bodied Treylon Burks, reliable slot receiver Kyle Phillips, and backup Nick Westbrook. However, there’s still room for improvement in terms of speed and agility. Head coach Mike Vrabel has previously expressed his desire for a faster team, and it’s clear that the Titans need to bolster their receiving corps with a taller, faster receiver who can complement Burks on the outside. Im not sure the Titans can afford to break the bank at the receiver position so these options will be within the spending range the team can afford:

  1. (Patriots) JuJu Smith-Schuster
  2. (Dolphins) Chosen Anderson
  3. (Panthers) DJ Chark
  4. (Jets) Mecole Hardman
  5. (Giants) Darius Slayton
  6. (Giants) Parris Campbell
  7. Sammy Watkins
  8. (Bills) Trent Sherfield
  9. (Bears) Dante Pettis
  10. Breshad Perriman


As the Tennessee Titans continue to build their roster for the upcoming season, it’s unlikely that they’ll break the bank on an edge rusher or an outside linebacker. Instead, they’re looking for a solid rotational piece to complement their existing defensive lineup. This means that they’re likely to be in the market for a pass rusher with a salary range of around 3 to 6 million dollars, rather than a full-on starter. There are so many players that could fill this need I’m not sure I could list out all of them. There are dozens of edge rushers and outside linebackers that are solid rotational pieces that the Titans could bring in and it would fill the need completely fine.


As the Tennessee Titans look to strengthen their cornerback lineup, they face a particular challenge: a roster that is dominated by smaller players. While they have solid depth in the slot and nickel positions, they need a cornerback who can hold their own on the outside and match up well against bigger, physical receivers.

To fill this need, the Titans will be on the lookout for a faster, taller cornerback who can complement Kristian Fulton and add a new dimension to their defensive game. It’s no easy task, as finding a player who can seamlessly integrate into their existing system and hold their own against the league’s best receivers is no mean feat. Here are a few guys who could fill that role:

  1. Ronald Darby
  2. (Saints) Bradley Roby
  3. (Lions) Emmanuel Moseley
  4. (Titans) Sean Murphy-Bunting
  5. (Vikings) Byron Murphy
  6. Eli Apple
  7. Shaquill Griffin
  8. (Vikings) Joejuan Williams
  9. Anthony Averett

Middle Linebacker:

The Tennessee Titans find themselves in an intriguing position as they look to rebuild their middle linebacking corps. With most of their starters departing over the past few seasons, the Titans are in the midst of a transition period, and the search for new talent is on.

The question is, will they look to the draft, or explore the possibilities of free agency? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: the Titans need to find linebackers who fit their play style and bring the right mix of skills and attitude to the field.

  1. Jayon Brown
  2. Kwon Alexander
  3. (Texans) Cory Littleton
  4. (Browns) Sione Takitaki
  5. (Chiefs) Drue Tranquill
  6. (Cowboys) Leighton Vander Esch
  7. (Steelers) Cole Holcomb
  8. Deion Jones
  9. (Browns) Anthony Walker
  10. (Seahawks) Devin Bush Jr.
  11. (Titans) Ben Niemann
  12. Nick Kwiatkoski

As we eagerly await the conclusion of free agency, it’s worth noting that the Tennessee Titans most likely have several potential targets beyond the players I’ve personally listed here. While my meticulous statistical analysis has identified the top performers at each position (in the Titan’s price range), the Titans’ front office undoubtedly has a broader perspective. However, rest assured that I will provide a comprehensive breakdown of the team’s free agency moves once the dust has settled. Stay tuned!

Reflecting on My Top 5 Day 3 Targets from Last Year’s NFL Draft: How Did They Perform and Where Are They Now?

  • Tariq Woolen

The fact Tariq Woolen fell that far in the draft shocked me. I was a massive fan of his coming out of UTSA and after his NFL combine performance, I was an even bigger fan. It’s not every day you see a 6’4″ cornerback run a 4.26 40-yard dash ( tied for third-best in the Combine history and fastest for a player over six foot). I feel extremely proud of myself for this one, I just knew after watching his film and seeing him display his unworldly athleticism at the combine, he had the potential to be dangerous in the NFL. Woolen took the NFL by storm, in his first season, he was selected to the Pro Bowl as well as being the NFL Interceptions co-leader and made the All-Rookie first team.

  • Calvin Austin III

The 2022 season didn’t go as Calvin or I had hoped. He sustained a major foot injury in training camp at the beginning of the season and wasn’t able to play at all during his entire rookie season. The quick and speedy receiver will have to wait until the 2023 season to show the NFL world how dangerous he can be with the ball in his hands. The Steelers coaches said they saw “a lot of flashes” in camp when he was healthy and said it’s “going to be crazy” when he’s back healthy for them this upcoming offseason.

  • Kingsley Enagbare

For a 5th-round pick, Enagbare outperformed his draft spot and proved the packers got a solid pass rusher deep in the draft. Kingsley played in all 18 of the Packers games this season and made 7 starts. He was able to get 3 sacks on the season along with an impressive 17 QB Hurries. All things considered, Kingsley had a very solid rookie season and he’s just going to keep improving from here on out.

  • Zach Tom

Tom might end up being one of the best offensive linemen from the 2022 NFL Draft when it’s all said and done. After being drafted in the 4th round by the packers Tom was not expected to be a part of their offensive line in his rookie season. That all changed when he was forced to play due to injuries on the packers line in week 7, and after that, he played and started in almost every game until the end of the season. In the almost 500 offensive snaps he played last season, Tom didn’t commit a single penalty and allowed just one sack. He graded out as one of the best pass-protecting rookie linemen despite the fact the packers used him in 4 different positions along their offensive line.

  • Cade Otton

Otton was perhaps one of the most underrated picks from the later rounds of the 2022 draft. He ended up starting 10 games for the Buccaneer’s offense last season, catching 42 passes for nearly 400 yards and two touchdowns. Where Otton really shined was in his blocking ability. He immediately proved himself as one of the best blocking tight ends in football earning a pass-blocking grade of 79.3 from PFF which was the 5th best grade in all the NFL for the tight end position. At only 23 years old, Otton still has time to get himself more involved in the passing game and perhaps round himself into one of the top all-around Tight Ends in football.

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My Top 5 sleeper picks from 2020: Where are they Now?


Javelin Guidry (Undrafted)                                                                                                         5-10, 190lb                                                                                                                     Position: DB

Guidry caught my attention at the NFL combine after he ran the fastest 40-yard dash for a Defensive Back at the NFL Combine (4.29) and also had the 3rd most Benchpress reps for a Defensive Back at the NFL Combine (21). He ended up going undrafted and Guidry was signed by the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent following the 2020 NFL Draft. He was promoted to the Jets active roster on October 1, 2020, and made his NFL debut in the Jets week 4 loss to the Denver Broncos that day. He came in and had an immediate impact on the Jets defense. In just 11 games and 171 defensive snaps, Guidry forced 4 fumbles, had 15 solo tackles, and even recorded a QB hit and knockdown. Became a regular special teams player as well recording 90 special teams snaps in 11 games for the Jets. said, “Javelin Guidry is an intriguing project, who opened some eyes his rookie campaign”. For an undrafted rookie, Guidry exceeded all expectations and with his athleticism, the sky is the limit if he can get the proper coaching.



Harrison Bryant (4th round (115th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft)                      6-5, 243lb                                                                                                                            Position: TE

Coming into the Draft Bryant was criminally underrated. He was one of the most solid and best all-around Tight ends coming out of college in a while. He led all Tight Ends with 1,004 yards receiving in 2019, and for a former offensive tackle in high school, those are some impressive numbers. Bryant won the John Mackey Award in 2019 and was named unanimous first-team all-American. He won’t wow you with athleticism but he had everything you want from a Tight end, legit blocking talent, great pass-catching ability, and enough of a route tree and route-running ability to consistently get open against linebackers. In his first season in the NFL, the 4th round pick played in 15 games starting in 9 of them. Starting 9 games doesn’t seem like a huge accomplishment for a 4th round pick, but when you consider the talent in that Cleveland Browns tight end room (which includes Austin Hooper and David Njoku) it’s a huge accomplishment and shows just how much that Browns coaching staff trusts him. Over 58% of his catches went for first downs (14 out of 24) and Bryant also caught 3 touchdowns in his rookie campaign. By the end of the season, Bryant had played 56% of the Browns offensive snaps and also contributed on special teams playing 30% of special teams snaps.



Isaiah Rodgers   (6th round (211th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft)                       Position: CB /KR

I was baffled at the lack of attention Isaiah Rodgers was getting coming into the 2020 NFL Draft. He was one of the most electric and consistent return-men in NCAA history.  In 4 years at UMASS, he racked up over 2,300 kick return yards and averaged 23.6 yards per return. His senior season he led the Nation in Combined Kick Returns (1,415 Yards) and was named PFF College All-America First Team (Kick Return). On top of being an elite threat in the return game, Rodgers was a big-time playmaking corner as well. In his 4 years at Massachusetts Rodgers pulled in 11 interceptions, 34 passes defended, 9.5 tackles for loss, and 242 interception return yards.  Watching the tape I felt this guy was going to be one of the biggest steals in draft history. In his first season in the NFL, he showed why he was a PFF all first-team returner in college. He racked up 704 all-purpose return yards (5th Most in the NFL) and averaged a very impressive 28.8 yards per kickoff return (3rd best in the NFL). In October, Rodgers recorded a 101-yard kickoff return touchdown against the Browns to help the Colts get back into that game. Rodgers didn’t see much of a defensive role this season with the Colts, only playing 51 defensive snaps, but you might see him in an expanded role in the next few seasons.


Harrison Hand  (5th round (169th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft)                          5-11, 197lb                                                                                                                    Position: CB

Hand caught my attention before the combine for his solid senior year stats as well as his College tape. He showed great ability and willingness to tackle and seek out contact. He has a firey on-field personality and great instincts. Hand really opened my eyes with his NFL combine performance recording the Highest verticle jump for a defensive back at the NFL combine (41″) and also the 2nd best Longjump for a defensive back at the NFL combine (133″). Harrison had an insanely solid season for the Vikings. Playing in 14 games (Starting 1) Hand allowed an outstanding 55% completion percentage as well as a passer rating of just 74.6 when targeted. Playing in just 15% of defensive snaps, Hand racked in one Interception (Picking off Drew Brees in Week 16 )  3 passes defended, and 14 solo tackles in his rookie campaign.



Lynn Bowden Jr. (3rd round (80th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft)                        5-11, 204lb                                                                                                                                        Position: WR/RB/QB

Heading into the Draft, no one was really sure what position Bowden was going to play in the Pros. In his senior season, Bowden was converted from a Wide Receiver/Running Back to a lethal dual-threat Quarterback. He was so versatile of a college player he won the Paul Hornung Award in 2019 (Past winners include Tavon Austin, Saquon Barkley, Christian McCaffrey, Odell Beckham Jr.). His college resume included over 1,300 career receiving yards, over 1,500 career rushing yards, over 1,800 career return yards, and 500 yards passing his senior season. I seriously felt like Bowden could come in and be the “Next Taysom Hill”, giving the offense that drafted him an advantage of mystery every time he was on the field due to how versatile his skill set is and the countless things you can do with him in the proper scheme. Bowden was drafted by the Raiders but later traded to Miami where he found his position as a gadget Wide receiver. Bowden played in only 10 games his rookie season, starting 4 of them. He tallied an insane 75.7% catch percentage and a perfect 0.0% drop percentage on 37 targets. He recorded a total of 211 receiving yards, 32 rushing yards, and 32 passing yards on the season.


Tennessee Titans Backup Plan:

With Jadeveon Clowney still on the open market, there is a lot of speculation of where he is going to end up. Right now it’s a 45/45/10 split between the Titans, Seahawks, and Browns. It seems to be down to the Titans and Seahawks with the latest rumor being the Seahawks just offered the star pass-rusher a 16 million dollar per year deal. The Titans general manager John Robinson said on a local radio show this morning that “nothing is imminent” between the team and Jadeveon Clowney in terms of a contract. So let’s say the Tennessee Titans fail to land Clowney, what would the next move be? Well, let’s look at team needs, with the departure of Jurell Casey, Austin Johnson, and Cam Wake earlier this offseason there is a glaring need at Pass Rush and Interior Defensive Line. The loss of Casey hurts the Titans in a few areas, Casey was a dominate player in the run game as well as being able to rush the passer. In 14 games last season Casey had 5 sacks, 5 tackles for loss, as well as 10 Quarterback hits. So can the Titans find a replacement on the Free Agency market that can provide the same amount of production that Casey left behind? Let’s look at some options.

The first name that comes to mind is All-Pro nose tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison. Harrison is a prolific run-stopper and is exactly what the Titans need upfront. With the addition of “Snacks”, the Titans would automatically become a top tier run-stopping team and have the pieces on the edge to do some major damage in the pass-rushing category as well. In 15 games last season Harrison had 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, as well as 2 Quarterback Hits. The addition of Damon Harrison would be an upgrade over Casey in the run game, but a major downgrade in the Pass rushing category.


Another player still on the open market is Probowl defensive tackle, Mike Daniels. Formally of the Detroit Lions, Daniels would bring a lot of energy to the Titans front line while also being a great defensive anchor. He doesn’t provide as much run-stopping expertise as Damon Harrison, but he provides a bit more of a pass rush form the Defensive tackle spot. Daniels has struggled with injuries the past two seasons and hasn’t played over 10- games since his Pro-Bowl season in 2017 where he put up 5 sacks, 10 tackles for loss, and 14 Quarterback Hits. Daniels would be a great piece too big in to replace Casey, they are very similar players and I know he would fit in quite nicely.


If the Titans fail to land Clowney there are still some very good Edge rushers on the open market.

The most obvious option would be Everson Griffen. The 4-time Pro-Bowler would immediately slide into a starting role with the Titans and bring a much-needed tenacity to the edge-rushing role.  In 15 games last season Griffen racked up 8 sacks, 11 Tackles for loss, and 24 Quarterback hits. Bringing in Griffen on a one year deal would make complete sense for the Titans if they miss out on the Clowney sweepstakes.


Another option would be to bring in Markus Golden. Golden is more of a speed rusher, compared to Griffen who uses more of his power is pass-rushing scenarios. Golden really came into his own this past season racking up 10 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, and 27 Quarterback hits. Golden would be a great addition to the Titans pass-rushing core and would have an immediate impact.

Tennessee Titans Undrafted Free Agents:

Cameron Scarlett | RB | Stanford

  • Was named the Stanford Cardinal team MVP
  • 2017 All-Pac-12 honorable mention
  • Was one of the top return-men the Country in 2017 Racking up 1008 return yards with an average kick return of 25.8 yards
  • Over 800 yards rushing in 2019
  • 240 yards receiving in 2019


Mason Kinsey | WR | Berry

  • third-team All-American
  • Invited to prestigious East-West Shrine Bowl
  • Closed the season with 65 receptions, 1,221 yards & 16 receiving TD’s in 11 games
  • Ran the 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds


Kyle Williams | WR | Arizona State

  • 482 yards receiving in 2019


Kristian Wilkerson | WR | Southeast Missouri

  • Second-Team All-OVC selection in 2018
  • 1350 receiving yards in 2019
  • 24 touchdowns in the last 2 season at SEMO


Tommy Hudson | TE | Arizona State

  • 112 yards Receiving in 2019


Brandon Kemp | OL |  Valdosta State

  • D2 Conference Commissioners Association All-America Second Team
  • As a redshirt freshman, Kemp started every game on the offensive line


Anthony Mckinney | OT | TCU

  • Started all 11 games at Left Tackle for TCU


Teair Tart | DT | FIU

  • 2020 NFLPA Bowl Invite
  • 2019 Phil Steele Preseason All-Conference USA First Team
  • 6 sacks in 2 years at FIU
  • 19.0 Tackles for Loss in 2 years at FIU


Kobe Smith | DT | South Carolina

  • A veteran who provided leadership along the defensive line… appeared in 48 games making 17 starts… recorded 84 tackles including 7.0 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks with seven quarterback hurries.
  • 2018 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll


Khaylan Kearse-Thomas | LB | Arizona State

  • Reliable performer, playing in all 13 games in each of the past two seasons
  • 4.5 Sacks including 12.5 tackles for loss in 2019
  • 2 interceptions in 2019


Cale Garrett | LB | Missouri

  • 2018 1st-Team All-SEC (Pro Football Focus)
  • 2x SEC Defensive player of the week in 2019
  • Named Team Captain in 2018
  • Only Played 5 games in 2019
  • 2 Sacks, 5 Tackles for Loss and a Fumble Recovery in 5 games
  • 3 interceptions in 2019 (In 5 games)
  • 43 tackles in 5 games in 2019


Nick Westbrook WR Indiana University


  • Nick was the top Statistical Wide Receiver in all of High School for the 2015 Season averaging 156.3 yards per game and snagging a total of 22 touchdowns in just 13 games
  • In 2019 Nick was named Team Captain and was a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy
  • Westbrook finished his College career with 144 receptions for 2,226 yards and 16 touchdowns
  •  Westbrook played in the 2020 East-West Shrine Bowl






NFL Mock Draft 1.0

  1. Bengals: Joe Burrow   QB
  2. Redskins: Chace Young   DE
  3. Lions: Jeff Okudah   CB
  4. Giants: Isiah Simmons   LB
  5. Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa   QB
  6. Chargers: Justin Herbert   QB
  7. Panthers: Derrik Brown   IDL
  8. Cardinals: Jedrrik Wills   OT
  9. Jaguars: Javon Kinlaw   DT
  10. Browns: Mekhi Becton   OT
  11. Jets: CeeDee Lamb   WR
  12. Raiders: Jerry Jeudy   WR
  13. 49ers: Henry Ruggs   WR
  14. Bucs: Andrew Thomas   OT
  15. Broncos: Justin Jefferson   WR
  16. Falcons: K’Lavon Chaisson   EDGE
  17. Cowboys: C.J. Henderson   CB
  18. Dolphins: Austin Jackson   OT
  19. Raiders: Kristian Fulton   CB
  20. Jaguars: Trevon Diggs   CB
  21. Eagles: Tee Higgins   WR
  22. Vikings: A.J. Epenesa   DL
  23. Patriots: Jordan Love   QB
  24. Saints: Patrick Queen   LB
  25. Vikings: Denzel Mims   WR
  26. Dolphins: D’Andre Swift   RB
  27. Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos   EDGE
  28. Ravens: Kenneth Murray   LB
  29. Titans: Jeff Gladney   CB
  30. Packers: Laviska Shenault   WR
  31. 49ers: A.J. Terrell   CB
  32. Chiefs: Zach Baun  LB

Tennessee Titans Late Round NFL Draft Targets: (Draft Diamonds and Sleepers)




Lynn Bowden Jr.

  • Described as the “Next Taysom Hill”
  • Converted to Quarterback from Wide Receiver/Running Back
  • 1,303 Receiving Yards in College Career
  • 1,530 Rushing Yards in College Career
  • 495 Passing Yards in College Career
  • 1,827 Return Yards in College Career
  • Was Consensus first-team All-American in 2019
  • Won the Paul Hornung Award in 2019


Malcom Perry

  • Could also be described as “The Next Taysom Hill”
  • Was second in the nation with 2,017 yards rushing
  • Had 1084 yards passing his senior year at Navy
  • 470 Yards receiving his College career
  • AAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2019


Harrison Bryant

  • Led all Tight Ends with 1,004 yards receiving in 2019
  • Converted to Tight end from Offensive Tackle
  • Won the John Mackey Award in 2019
  • Unanimous first-team All-American in 2019


Luq Barcoo

  • Led the Nation with 9 interceptions in 2019
  • Led Nation in Passes Defended with 25 in 2019
  • 2019 Paycom Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist
  • 2019 Pro Football Focus Honorable-Mention All-American


Isaiah Rodgers

  • Led the Nation in Combined Kick Returns (1,415 Yards)
  • 4 Interceptions in 2019
  • PFF College All-America First Team (Kick Return)
  • PFF College All-Independent Team (Kick Return)
  • All-ECAC (Defensive Back)


Evan Weaver

  • Led the Nation in Solo Tackles in 2019 with 103
  • Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year in 2019
  • Unanimous All-American in 2019


Combine Standout Targets:


Cole McDonald

  • 6th in the Nation in total Offense
  • 8th in the Nation in Passing Touchdowns
  • 4th in the Nation in Passing Yards
  • Fastest 40-yard dash for a Quarterback in the NFL Combine (4.58)
  • Highest Vereticle jump for Quarterbacks in the NFL Combine (36″)



Jalen Hurts

  • Second in the Nation in Passing Efficiency
  • 9th in the Nation in Passing Yards
  • 6th in the nation in completion percentage
  • 3rd in the Nation in total offense
  • 2018 National Quarterback Club College Quarterback of the Year
  • Heisman Trophy runner-up
  • 2nd Fastest 40 yard dash for a Quarterback  at the NFL Combine(4.59)
  • Longest broad jump for a Quarterback at the NFL Combine (125″)


Jabari Zuniga

  • 2nd fastest 40-yard dash among Defensive Lineman (4.64)
  • Best long jump among defensive lineman (127 inches)
  • Three Sacks in 2019


Jeremy Chinn

  • Eerily similar measurables to Isaiah Simmons
  • 4.45 40 yard dash at Combine
  • 2nd highest vert jump at NFL Combine for Safties
  • Best long jump for Safties at the Combine



Ezra Clevland

  • 3rd fastest 40 yeard dash at the NFL combine for a Lineman (4.93)
  • NFL Scouts said he had the best Combine for a lineman in Combine History
  • Fastest 3 cone drill for a Lineman at the Combine (7.26)
  • Fastest 20-yard shuttle for a lineman at the Combine (4.46)


Netane Muti

  • 44 reps Bench press reps at the Combine


Albert Okwuegbunam

  • Fastest 40-yard dash for a Tight End at the Combine (4.49)


Brycen Hopkins

  • 2nd Fastest 40 yard dash for a Tight End at the NFL Combine (4.66)


Reggie Robinson II

  • Ran a 4.44 40 yard dash at the NFL combine
  • Most Benchpress reps for a defensive back at the NFL combine (22)
  • 4th longest broad jump for a defensive back at the NFL combine (132″)


Harrison Hand

  • Highest verticle jump for a defensive back at the NFL combine (41″)
  • 2nd best Longjump for a defensive back at the NFL combine (133″)


Javelin K. Guidry

  • Fastest 40-yard dash for a Defensive Back at the NFL Combine (4.29)
  • 3rd most Benchpress reps for a Defensive Back at the NFL COmbine (21)



Whats Happening around the NFL Week 8

NFL Week 8 News:

  • Jay Ajayi is visiting with the Arizona Cardinals today. If the visit goes well, it’s been rumored a deal could get done as soon as tomorrow.
  • Mohamed Sanu is on the Trade Block. The Falcons are reportedly are open to offers for the Wide Receiver.
  • Patriots reportedly are trying to trade for OJ Howard. They have contacted Tampa Bay about his availability but were told he is not available at the moment.
  • Kareem Hunt is eligible to return for the Cleveland browns this week. They activated him to the Roster the Morning.
  • The Trade market for Emmanuel Sanders is heating up, the 49ers are reportedly looking to bring in another Wide Receiver and many insiders think they are going to aggressively pursue Emmanuel Sanders.
  • Cowboys, Falcons, Browns and Ravens might have some interest in signing Eric Berry if they feel like they are contenders and need an extra defensive back for the playoffs.