Round 4, 143rd Overall: Luke Goedeke, OT, Central Michigan
As previously mentioned, the Tennessee Titans still have holes on their offensive line. Kenyon Green certainly helps that, but it’s hard to imagine they can be done there. If Green sticks inside, right tackle still needs a solution. Luckily, there’s a great option here on day three.
Luke Goedeke doesn’t receive the hype that his Central Michigan teammate Bernhard Raimann does, but the gap between the two isn’t that significant. Goedeke plays a physical style of football, and holds up well in pass protection because of his grip strength, hand placement, and general functional strength. He’s a good space blocker as well. Arm length could have him kick inside to guard, but why not try him at tackle with his experience there?
Round 5, 169th Overall: Christopher Allen, EDGE, Alabama
Even with Bud Dupree and Landry set to the be the starting outside linebackers in 2022, there’s always room for more. Having depth at edge rusher to rotate guys in and give the starters some rest throughout the game and regular season is huge.
Christopher Allen missed almost all of 2021 with a fractured foot, but put up some impressive numbers at a workout late last week. His explosion numbers in jumps were good, as was his 1.64 10-yard split. Allen rushes with a quick first step and impressive closing speed. He can win at the top of rushes with quick moves at contact to keep tackles from latching on.