|Offense||30th||92.8 (25th)||218.9 (25th)|
|Defense||12th||112.3 (17th)||229.9 (7th)|
The Tennessee Titans selected Reed in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 253rd overall.
With 4.4 speed and a 41.5-inch vertical, Reed at a glance has the athleticism to project as an eventual NFL starter candidate at corner. That he played on a middle-of-the-road pass defense implies he has work to do to stick in the NFL, however.
The Tennessee Titans selected Wallace in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 222nd overall.
Wallace was a late bloomer for UCLA, but he had a fine senior season and showed uncommon athleticism in his pro day workout, running a 4.59-second 40-yard dash and displaying a 130-inch broad jump. It's not clear whether he'll play inside or outside linebacker for Tennessee.
The Tennessee Titans selected Tretola in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 193rd overall.
Tretola could be a mauling guard in the NFL, though a miserable Combine showing hinted at athletic limitations. His selection could further indicate a desire on Tennessee's part to instill a power running game.
The Tennessee Titans selected LeShaun Sims in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL draft, 157th overall.
Sims is the second member of the Southern Utah secondary to come off the board on Day 3 of this year's draft. At 6-0 and 203 pounds, Sims checks the box in terms of size for a corner, but his lack of top-end speed (4.53 40-yard dash) could be problematic if he's unable to get receivers out of rhythm early in their route progression. He figures to be a depth corner early on with Jason McCourty, Brice McCain, and Perrish Cox all likely to see most of the snaps at corner. As a developmental project, however, Sims could pay dividends down the line.
The Tennessee Titans selected Tajae Sharpe in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 140th overall.
The first selection of the fifth round, Sharpe heads into the NFL with a long list of accomplishments at Massachusetts, where he caught 277 passes for 3,486 yards and 16 touchdowns in four years. Sharpe is only modestly athletic and has a thin build, so he doesn't project as much more than a PPR type in the NFL, but he should be a reliable part of Tennessee's wideout rotation eventually.
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