The Tennessee Titans need to do a whole lot more on the offensive side of the ball, and there are glaring holes to be filled at a number of positions.
Grabbing one of the elite-level tight end prospects early would make some sense here, especially considering the veteran, Delanie Walker, going on injured reserve early in 2018 and getting up there in age. But the better move would be to find a complementary piece for wide receiver Corey Davis, the 2017 No. 5 overall pick who finally started to come into his own after a disappointing rookie year.
NC State wideout Kelvin Harmon started to come into his own down the stretch. And with a 6-foot-2, 213-pound frame, he has the size and strength to emerge as a legitimate No. 1 threat to help quarterback Marcus Mariota reach his full abilities as a passer.