Titans General Manager Jon Robinson started the 2018 NFL draft with the fewest picks he’d ever had and ended it with the fewest players he’d ever drafted.
After trading up to get Alabama linebacker Rashaan Evans in the 1st round and trading up in round 2 to draft Boston College edge rusher Harold Landry, Robinson made another move on day 3 of the draft trading up to draft defensive back Dane Cruikshank out of Arizona.
Cruikshank has a lot of characteristics the Titans desire mainly being a versatile player that the Titans say can play anywhere in the secondary.
Having just one pick left in round 6 the Titans drafted Washington State quarterback Luke Falk at pick number #199, the same spot that future hall of famer Tom Brady was selected.
The Titans will continue to add more players bringing in undrafted rookies over the next few days.