The Tennessee Titans landed themselves a high-risk, high-reward player at No. 22 overall in the first round of the 2021 NFL draft in cornerback Caleb Farley.
Leading up to this year’s draft, the opinion on Farley was almost unanimous: he’s an elite talent with great potential, but there are concerns about his back, which will ultimately lead to him sliding from a potential top-10 pick to a late first-round selection at best.
And that’s exactly what happened; but what exactly intrigued the Titans enough to take a chance on him at No. 22 overall?
We can get a good idea by taking a look at the pre-draft scouting reports of experts on Farley ahead of the 2021 NFL draft.