One might expect the Tennessee Titans to start looking at younger and cheaper defensive options this offseason.
But easily the biggest issue the Titans have entering 2019 is finding some additional pass-catching weapons for quarterback Marcus Mariota. Remember, this is a team that lost tight end Delanie Walker to a season-ending injury early in 2018, and he’s not getting any younger. Wide receiver Corey Davis still hasn’t emerged as a top threat, either.
Like many of the other top receivers in this year’s draft class, NC State’s Kelvin Harmon (6-foot-3 and 214 pounds) is a big-bodied target with a wide catch radius.
Harmon managed over 1,000 receiving yards and a combined 11 touchdowns the last two seasons at NC State.
If he’s capable of bringing that kind of production to the pro level, the Titans offense will finally start clicking into shape.