The Tennessee Titans completed the 2017 NFL Draft on Saturday, and the team believes they’ve greatly improved their roster.
The Titans selected nine players in the three day draft, highlighted by two first round picks: wide receiver Corey Davis from Western Michigan and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson from USC.
“We’re just excited about the guys we were able to add,” said Titans General Manager Jon Robinson. “It’s just another year in the process here, and we’re excited about the direction of our football team.”
Titans Head Coach Mike Mularkey added: “[We want] to make it a very competitive roster, [and] I think we’ve done that again this year with these picks.”
In addition to Davis and Jackson, the Titans added wide receiver Taywan Taylor from Western Kentucky, tight end Jonnu Smith from Florida International, linebacker Jayon Brown from UCLA, offensive lineman Corey Levin, linebacker Josh Carraway out of TCU, offensive lineman Brad Seaton from Villanova, and running back Khalfani Muhammad out of UC-Berkley.
The Titans rookies will hit the practice field for the first time at Rookie Mini Camp which has been scheduled to begin Friday, May 12.