Tennessee Titans 2021 second-round pick and offensive lineman Dillon Radunz has been a hot topic of conversation this offseason.
Radunz, who failed to grab a starting role in his rookie campaign, played tackle in college but there are some out there who believe his ultimate landing spot could be at guard.
The North Dakota State product saw his only on-field action of 2021 at tackle, including a Week 16 start on the left side. However, Radunz saw plenty of time on the inside at practice during the season.
To make matters more confusing, Radunz is set to compete for the starting job at both left guard and right tackle when training camp begins in a few months.
During an episode of the “Bussin’ With The Boys” podcast, Taylor Lewan said he was asked if he thinks Radunz is a guard or a tackle, and upon posting the clip of the conversation Radunz had a funny response to it.
“I play center, guard, and tackle. I sit on the center of the bench, I guard the water, and I tackle anyone who tries to steal it,” Radunz tweeted.
Radunz will compete against Aaron Brewer and Jamarco Jones at left guard, and Jones also figures to factor into the right tackle competition, along with Radunz and 2022 third-round pick Nicholas Petit-Frere.
Whether he wins the job at guard or tackle, Radunz just needs to secure a starting role in his second season or else the bust label will be promptly applied.