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Tennessee Titans (151st Overall)
Trevor Reilly, Utah. Outside linebacker, 6-5/245. Anyone who watched a Utah game last season could see Reilly was the heart and soul of the defense, regularly terrorizing quarterbacks and making tackles. Reilly isn’t as highly rated as other pass rushers in this draft, but he’ll find a spot with the Titans as a situational pass rusher at outside linebacker. He’s strong and has natural pass rushing ability, but his age (26) and recent knee surgery push him down to the fifth round.
Utah TE Jake Murphy, BYU WR Cody Hoffman, Utah TE Anthony Denham, BYU Safety Daniel Sorensen. Murphy has strong hands and would fill an H-back role or a third tight end role as a late sixth round pick. Hoffman showed skill as Taysom Hill’s go-to target last season, but suffers because of the depth at receiver in this draft. Denham is huge and despite his receiving struggles, will stick with a team somewhere. Sorensen flashed at the Combine and looks like a great backup safety and has potential long-term on special teams.
Undrafted Free Agents
Utah State TE D.J. Tialavea, Utah DT Tenny Palepoi, BYU DE Eathyn Manumaleuna, Utah State Safety Maurice Alexander, BYU LB Uani ‘Unga, Dixie State TE Joe Don Duncan
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