23. Tennessee Titans: Drake London, WR, USC
A.J. Brown reminded the world how dominant he can be on Thursday Night Football when he had 145 yards and a touchdown on 11 receptions in the Tennessee Titans win over San Francisco. As good as he has been, the Titans haven’t been able to explode on offense the way they hoped when they paired him with Julio Jones.
For that reason, they elect to bring in Drake London with their first pick in the mock. London is another massive target at 6-foot-5 and 210-pounds and blew up in 2021 to put himself in the first-round conversation. He’s a former basketball star as well, who wins with insane leaping ability and body control.
He would be a great starter opposite Brown, once again given Tennessee two legit No. 1 wideouts.
24. Miami Dolphins (via San Francisco 49ers): Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa
The Miami Dolphins could have been players in the AFC East if they started out the season playing as well as they have been in recent weeks. In an effort to try and revamp the roster and start 2022 on the right foot, they bring in Tyler Linderbaum who is hands-down the best center in this class.
Linderbaum should be able to shore up Miami’s offensive line which will make life easier for everyone else on that side of the ball.