Titans draft picks 2021: When does Tennessee pick? Full list of NFL Draft selections

It’s a titanic offseason for Tennessee.

The Titans have a lot of work to do over the coming months to alleviate the departure of several key free agents this offseason, and GM Jon Robinson knows it. While the Titans made several key free agent signings this offseason — Bud Dupree and Janoris Jenkins as two key defensive adds — they’ll have more work to do entering April 29.

While the Titans were in the playoffs in 2020, another disappointing end to the season came in the divisional round vs. the Ravens. Now, they’ll have to try it again without Corey Davis, Jonnu Smith and Adam Humphries on the offensive side of the ball, and with nine picks to play with this draft, they have some major holes to fill throughout the roster.

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Here’s a complete look at the Titans in the 2021 NFL Draft, including their list of selections updated as picks are made.

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Titans draft picks 2021: When does Tennessee pick?

  • Round 1, Pick No. 22
  • Round 2, Pick No. 53
  • Round 3, Pick No. 85
  • Round 3, Pick No. 100
  • Round 4, Pick No. 126
  • Round 5, Pick No. 166
  • Round 6, Pick No. 205
  • Round 6, Pick No. 215
  • Round 7, Pick No. 232

Titans 2021 draft order

Round Pick
1 22
2 21
3 22
3 37 (Compensatory Selection)
4 21
5 22
6 21
6 31
7 4 (from Falcons through Dolphins)

Titans NFL Draft needs

  • Cornerback: The departures of both Adoree’ Jackson and Malcolm Butler in free agency leave some wide-open holes in the secondary. The Titans would be good to target CB early in the draft, with a number of first-round prospects in the mix, even after signing Janoris Jenkins this offseason.
  • Offensive line: The Titans spent a first-round pick on Isaiah Wilson in 2020, who is already off the team after a number of off-the-field issues. The Titans will have to address OL often this year.
  • Wide receiver: While AJ Brown has emerged as one of the top wideout threats in the game, the departures of tight end Jonnu Smith and former first-round pick Corey Davis in free agency means the Titans are going to need more help on the offensive side of the ball. They’ll need to ease the burden on Derrick Henry to keep their play-action focused offense alive.
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Tennessee Titans mock draft 2021

Here are the latest 2021 NFL Draft projections for the Titans, according to Vinnie Iyer’s seven-round mock draft:

Round Pick Player Position School
1 22 Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State
2 53 Landon Dickerson IOL Alabama
3 85 Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame
3 100 Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina
4 126 Adetokunbo Ogundeji EDGE Notre Dame
5 166 Shi Smith WR Carolina
6 205 Rodarius Williams CB Oklahoma State
6 215 Trey Hill IOL Georgia
7 232 Rakeem Boyd RB Arkansas