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Round 2, Pick 35: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn


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The Titans’ best case scenario is that by the end of the season Fulton and Farley are starting on the outside, McCreary is the starting slot, Skrine is a high end back up for outside/inside and plays dime, and Molden plays specific packages/downs/matchups. If Farley’s strength is truly improved, they can also match him up on elite TEs and take advantage of McCreary and Skrine’s flexibility. And then you have Chris Jackson as your experienced back up who hopefully only plays spot duty. Theo Jackson shouldn’t see the field on defense with their current depth. 

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Needs more injury history

@woolfolksunclesuncle he's your guy

Guy looks sticky as fuck...

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2 hours ago, Bongo59 said:

Molden is the perfect S for this D

No he’s not. He’s not big enough for how slow he is. At least Hooker is a playmaker, Molden hasn’t shown any ball hawking skills 

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1 hour ago, JJHuddle12 said:

No he’s not. He’s not big enough for how slow he is. At least Hooker is a playmaker, Molden hasn’t shown any ball hawking skills 

Molden played great last yr as a rookie 3rd rounder.  His pick in Indy was a game changer.  He was in position and he made the GW play.  He is not elite but he has already over contributed his draft slot.  

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30 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

Catching up on some Titans related post draft interviews and Mike Keith mentioned that JRob turned down a pretty substantial trade offer for pick #35 to stick and take McCreary.

 

 

I’d be curious to know what it was. Personally, I love the McCreary pick

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20 minutes ago, AvgJoe said:

I’d be curious to know what it was. Personally, I love the McCreary pick

 

McCreary is going to be an excellent study of film evaluation vs drafting athletic traits, there would of been a lot of teams that simply wouldn't of drafted a short armed slower corner with a top 50 pick no matter what his tape looked like.

 

 

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Purely as skill is concerned, this guy has by far the most talent of anyone the last 10 years we've had coming out. 
 

him and the late wr are our best skill picks by far. 
 

measureables - wise they are both behind a bit. Up to the league to determine if they translate. 

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1 hour ago, AvgJoe said:

I’d be curious to know what it was. Personally, I love the McCreary pick

Might have been the Jets giving up a 4th rounder to move up 3 picks or whatever.  That would qualify as substantial.

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Just now, Starkiller said:

We'll never know what offers they turned down. But teams are always trying to move up to the early parts of round 2 to get someone or other. 

Our dime packages with Fulton, Farley. Mccreary,Molden,Byard and Hooker would be nice to see. 

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21 hours ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

Catching up on some Titans related post draft interviews and Mike Keith mentioned that JRob turned down a pretty substantial trade offer for pick #35 to stick and take McCreary.

 

Must have gone down quickly as I recall the Titans turned in the draft card for McCreary pretty fast.

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