The Tennessee Titans officially double-dipped at the cornerback position during the 2021 NFL draft after taking defensive back Elijah Molden in the third round (No. 100 overall) on Friday night.
The pick was a solid one for Tennessee, as not only was Molden slated by many experts to go in Round 2, the Titans also needed to address the slot cornerback spot after taking a perimeter corner in Caleb Farley in Round 1.
Well, Molden answers the bell in terms of needing a slot corner, as few in the college game were better than him at the position over the last few years.
We get to that and much more as we take a look at four things to know about the Washington product.