The 2020 NFL Draft is over for the Tennessee Titans, with the team making a grand total of six picks.
Tennessee originally entered the draft with seven picks, but traded one of their seventh-round selections to the Kansas City Chiefs for a 2021 sixth-round pick.
Here’s a look at the haul.
Pick No. 29: Isaiah Wilson | OT
Pick No. 61: Kristian Fulton | CB
Pick No. 93: Darrynton Evans | RB
Pick No. 174: Larrell Murchison | DT
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Pick No. 224: Cole McDonald | QB
Pick No. 243: Chris Jackson | Safety
General manager Jon Robinson had quite the successful draft in terms of addressing many of the team’s most important needs.
He added a right tackle for the future (Wilson), a cornerback who checks multiple boxes (Fulton), a running back who is a nice complement to Derrick Henry (Evans), and a defensive lineman for depth (Murchison).
On top of that, taking a quarterback in the seventh round (McDonald) now gives the Titans another signal-caller who can give competition to Logan Woodside for the backup spot.
Now the Titans will turn their focus to signing undrafted free agents.